Wu-Tang Clan inspired mural takes on climate change
Wu-Tang Clan inspired mural takes on climate change

A Wu-Tang Clan-Inspired Climate Change Mural Has Been Unveiled in NYC

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New York City artist Cody Prez unveiled a massive Wu-Tang Clan inspired mural that is causing a storm.

The 2,000 square foot mural, called "Climate Change Ain't Nothing To Mess With," is a political statement against global warming. It wasunveiled last Saturday, June 30th.

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Prez designed the mural during Hurricane Maria. Prez got the blessings to use thelogo from the symbol's creator Mathematics. The mural is placed on a wall of Richmond Hood Company, a clothing studio located at Artist Alley in Staten Island.

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So far, Redman and Mathematics have supported the mural. If you're in the NYC area, and want to check it out, head out to 827 Castleton Ave in Staten Island.