Superstar

The Jane Kim Migrating Murals Keep Viewers Mindfully Aware

By: Gil Haddi - Published: • References: ink-dwell & kickstarter
These Jane Kim Migrating Murals are about appreciating the journey that wild animals make each year as they migrate from place to place in order to survive. As Jane Kim states in her short video, "It's easy to forget hard-to-see wildlife," which is why she made it her mission to make them more visible.

Painting on abandoned barns and buildings along migration corridors, she imparts the stories of the wildlife so that they are not forgotten and the animals continue to survive. Some of the migrating creatures she paints include the North Pacific Blue Whale, the Sierra Nevada Big-Horned Sheep and the Whooping Crane.

The Jane Kim Migrating Murals ensure people do not forget about the often overlooked wildlife around them. Stats for Conscientious Creature Paintings Trending: Older & Mild
Traction: 2,273 clicks in 100 w
Interest: 4 minutes
Concept: Jane Kim Migrating Murals
Related: 96 examples / 74 photos
Segment: Neutral, 12-55+
Comparison Set: 35 similar articles, including: culturally urban graffiti, masterful camo murals, and large-scale paintball murals.