This utility box located at Hardy St. and 34th St. is based on “El Dia de los Muertos;” a Mexican tradition that has been around for centuries. On November 1 and 2, people await the return of their deceased family members and prepare an offering with food, drinks, sugar skulls or cigarettes; depending on what […]
Located on Hardy Street by Hattiesburg Zoo, “Cardinal & Blue Jay” is a vibrantly colored, geometric abstraction depicting familiar birds common to the Hattiesburg area. The cardinal and the blue jay are “singing” to eachother, which serves as a signifier for open discourse in our society. The limited color palette and dynamic color contrasts represent […]
Shanna Nicole Britt
“Flutterby” An old story tells us the Butterfly was named mistakenly by a little girl trying to call it a Flutterby. This girl full of wonder has the will to call a butterfly any name she pleases because in her world, she is the one who discovers it for the first time.