Motor Murals

Motor Mural Colored By Inspiration

June 9, 2012 by JJ in Motor Murals with 0 Comments

If motorhome walls could speak, they’d tell tales of great mountain passes, exciting camping adventures and freedom of the open road. So, it’s no wonder that Artist, JeMA and her public mobile art project are taking flight.

The “Inspire to Inspire” project is a colossal motor mural, colored dot by dot, inspiration by inspiration. Each submission, collected online or in person, is represented individually using a round orange or blue sticker. Combined, the small, colored circles are being used to create one larger gesture. Stand back and you’ll see, the massive coalition of dots are beginning to form giant Monarch butterfly wings.

You too can help color this mobile canvas, just ADD YOUR OWN INSPIRATION and watch these walls metamorphosis into a brilliant, moving, masterpiece.

Photo and Video by Jim and Rene @LiveWorkDream
To learn more about the project, check out Jim and Rene’s interview with JeMA and her Inspire to Inspire project, here.

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