BLM street murals and municipalities Williams, Erin (21 Jul 2020 20:02 UTC)
RE: BLM street murals and municipalities DeMarzo, Elise (22 Jul 2020 20:26 UTC)
Re: BLM street murals and municipalities muralista@earthlink.net (01 Oct 2020 01:41 UTC)
Re: BLM street murals and municipalities Julie Barry (01 Oct 2020 13:07 UTC)
Re: BLM street murals and municipalities Graham Coreil-Allen (01 Oct 2020 22:53 UTC)
RE: BLM street murals and municipalities Hsu, Lillian (04 Oct 2020 23:09 UTC)

RE: BLM street murals and municipalities Hsu, Lillian 04 Oct 2020 23:09 UTC

Hi, David,

Our public works department recommends "roadway paint".  Sherwin Williams makes one, as well as Franklin Paint and probably other companies.  It’s is about $50/gal.
https://www.sherwin-williams.com/architects-specifiers-designers/products/propark-waterborne-traffic-marking-paint

We have a couple groups working on this idea for Cambridge.

Lillian

Lillian Hsu
Director of Public Art and Exhibitions
Cambridge Arts
344 Broadway, 2nd Floor
Cambridge, MA 02139
T 617-349-4389; F 617-349-4669
www.cambridgeartscouncil.org
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Hello Folks,
   I’m wondering what kinds of paints people are using on asphalt for the BLM murals. The Somerville Arts Council is doing some BLM murals and I wanted to steer them in the right direction for technique and materials that will hold up on roads in New England. A quick internet search suggested acrylic paint is the most common but hoping someone out there has more specific advice.
Thanks,
David Fichter

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