This 9/11 Remembrance Street Art was created by students from the Miami Ad School in New York. The artwork is a subtle reminder to not only remember the victims of 9/11, but also a call to make sure you live each and every day to its fullest.
The Miami Ad School students painted three different crosswalks throughout New York City. One is in Soho, another is in the financial district and the last is in Williamsburg. The American flag painted corsswalks read "Live For Today 9/11."
9/11 Remembrance Street Art shows us that remembering the tragic events of 9/11 is on everyone’s minds because street art is for the people and by the people, not the commercialized art that pervades our culture often times today.
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- By: Trenton MillarSep 11, 2012