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Crush 2018: The Walls Are Changing

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Kenzie Bruce
Shepard Fairey's mural sprawls along the south wall of Denver Central Market. Fairey is known for his 1989 "Obey Giant" campaign as well as his "Hope" poster, which became Barack Obama's campaign emblem.
Four days into Crush Walls 2018, RiNo has a different look. The weeklong streets-arts festival has expanded farther than before, with new murals appearing not only up and down Brighton Boulevard and in the art alley off Larimer Street between 26th and 27th streets, but stretching as far as the Pepsi bottling factory. Here's how some of the new walls looked on Thursday, September 6, 2018.