Gary Lichtenstein Editions, Ridgefield, CT
Artist and muralist Tom Christopher will be working with
art students from Escuela de Artes Plásticas y Diseño
to create more than 3,600 square feet of murals in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.
James and the Giant
Jim Smith, Graphics Director
The Working Men and Women of of Puerto Rico. Architect at drawing pad, drone camera man (small), UPS man, office workers from Hato Rey,
Caesar the bartender from Morton's, fruit vender. factory girl (in bandana) gas welder, El Moro with taxiis, Lintotype operator in Santurce,
Workers putting up huge tent scaffolding.
In progress......El Yunque Rainforest and rural Puerto Rico; race horse trainer by banana plantation, the workers setting down machetes
at time clock checkout, tour guide with city girls taking selfie, flower girl in Old San Juan , Chef in toque and sous chef
Linotype operator in Santurce, Puerto Rico
Under Construction: A Celebration of the Workers of Puerto Rico
Don Sigovitch and Roger Huyssen (left) producing museum quality tile scans; Girls with a selfie stick (right) at El Yunque rainforest
Let us now celebrate the working men and women of Puerto Rico.
A four part mural depicting the workers from old San Juan to the beaches and rainforest.
By muralist Tom Christopher and team including students from Escuela de Arte Plasticas at Paseo Caribe.
A story of people working, going to work, the honor and pride of jobs well done, all in the beautiful light and the brilliant colors of Puerto Rico.
From Times Square to the Caribbean; an American artist in Puerto Rico.
Tom Christopher and the some of the students involved in the project.
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Students working on mural
Student work on display
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