The volunteer crew that showed up and asked Greg if he would like them to board up his windows also did the drawing on them, which I thought was both well done and well chosen for the location.
Again, I had problems with cars parked along the curb; I couldn’t get back far enough to photograph this from a sane distance. So this is stitched together from a series of shots with a rather wide lens, with me on the sidewalk on that side of the street.
This print is on 10″ roll paper, cut to length. Because of the length, it’s shipped rolled in a tube rather than flat. Do not leave it rolled in the tube for a long time; it will acquire a permanent rather tight curl. And, if you do have to roll it up again, be very careful not to twist the roll to tighten it, because that causes the image surface to be rubbed with great force across the protective paper; it’s very likely to scuff the image.
The print “Mpls Strong” is a detail of the right end of this panel.