The Buzzy Protest Art That No One Can See

The Buzzy Protest Art That No One Can See

To get good photo of Black Lives Matter mural in Washington, D.C., bring your satellite
“On June 5, at 3:30 in the morning, eight artists gathered on 16th Street in Washington, D.C.,
with 60 gallons of yellow paint to spell out “Black Lives Matter” on the asphalt. The letters are…”

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Photo Caption: Optically, this yellow and black sign painted on 16th Street could be read from passenger jets flying over the city at 20,000ft.
The Black Lives Matter’s 16 bold letters along the newly named BLM Plaza is slightly longer than the Washington Monument is high (575ft vs. 555ft).
This composite image was captured from a tethered surveillance aerostat balloon at 700ft AGL above Washington, DC on June 08th, 2020 at 11:50AM.

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