33 Powerful Black Lives Matter Murals
Published Jul. 5, 2020
Artists have turned boarded-up businesses into powerful Black Lives Matter art.
Mural artist Lola Lovenotes writes about mural commemorating Breonna Taylor who “was murdered over 3 months ago by police officers and they still have not been charged,” she said in a message over Instagram. “There have been countless racial injustices against Black women, girls, [transwomen + girls], and yet their names are forgotten. Their murders don’t seem to get the same attention as Black men and boys. When we say Black Lives Matter, we need to make sure Black women are included in our demands for justice too!”
Make Room: A Conversation w/ Ali Solis and Lola Lovenotes
Published Sept. 9, 2019
By The Nancy Ruffin Show Podcast
Nancy chats with Lola Lovenotes, a local NYC artist about being 1 of 11 artists chosen to participate in Make Room's art exhibit called "The Doors of Make Room". Make Room commissioned 11 artists from across the country to present a one-of-a-kind fiberglass public art project. The 11 fiberglass doors will be showcased in 11 different public and private spaces and high tourist/traffic locations in Washington, D.C. September 13-28. Lola talks with Nancy on what inspired her art for this project, how she's personally been affected by the housing crisis, and the message she hopes to convey through her art.
Published Apr. 03, 2017
By Indica Moonbeing
Follow What Ignites Your Soul!
Join myself and fellow magic adventurer/ Graffiti Artist Lola.
In this week's episode as we talk about her journey being a native New Yorker artist, as well as being a woman in the arts and current issues in politics like young girls going missing in D.C., Florida and even here in the Bronx.
Published on Feb. 15, 2017
By Millie Cintron for www.theNYCGrind.com
This week, Millie gets into an in-depth interview with street artist Lola LoveNotes.
The Girls of Graffiti: Female Street Artists Tag Wynwood's Walls During Art Basel
Published Dec. 10, 2012
Graffiti art is de facto legal in Wynwood, where there are more square feet of "permission-walls" in one compact area than almost any other city in the world. Property owners agree the art work is a positive addition to the neighborhood....
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