Zero Hunger

Houston
Status: Current
Type: Mural
Content providers: @houstonmuralspot, Paul Duron

The largest mural in the city of  Houston by Internationally known muralist  Dragon 76, located in the west side of the Hampton Inn and Suites in  Downtown Houston at the corner of  La Branch Street and  Capitol Avenue. The 13,000 sq-ft mural was completed in 13 days at a cost of $25,000. The  artist is working in conjunction with Street Art For Mankind on a project of the World Food Program USA, in support of the mission of the United Nations World Food Program. The organizations are creating a series of murals around the United States dedicated to Zero Hunger . The six Zero Hunger Murals are aimed at raising awareness and mobilizing support to combat rising United States and global food insecurity.

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