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  • Collection: From the Front Lines: Healthcare Workers, Teachers, and Service Industries

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This artwork shows a big red pathogen which is supposed to represent the coronavirus. The virus is aggressively confronting a much smaller healthcare worker who does not shy away from it. In fact, the healthcare worker, dressed in scrubs, seems to…

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This mural shows an angel dressed up as a healthcare worker with a mask on in scrubs. The figure is holding up the world.

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Graffiti of nurse holding up a heart in black and light blue spray paint on a white brick building.

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This work of art depicts a large angel with very large wings who is wearing all the gear of a nurse or medical doctor. The angel is behind a man, holding him up, and has her hands around the man's heart. You can see painted red where the heart is.

Non-profit mural by Home Grow NM Trading Post at the SW corner of Morningside and Central. Three part mural featuring essential healthcare, food, public safety, and transportation workers, the Zia symbol, face masks, and green and red chile against a…

Jane Gabrielle creates this temporary art in chalk in service to the Melrose-Rugby Neighborhood Forum on National Night Out, Oct. 6, 2020 thanking first responders at Fire Station #5, Roanoke, Virginia.

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This mural saluting restaurant workers during the COVID-19 epidemic is in an alley in the River North Arts District in downtown Denver, Colorado. The artist is Austin Zucchini-Fowler, who has created a number of murals around town.

A stencil painted in pink and blue reads "Mehr Lohn statt Lob," which translates to "Higher salaries instead of praise," a commentary on the precarious situation of essential workers in Germany.

A slogan written in a residential neighborhood in Greek reads: "Solidarity with all those working in supermarkets and delivery." The slogan uses gender neutral language.

In this monumental mural, two doctors (a man and a woman) look heroically into the distance. They wear face masks. Doctors are represented as heroes.
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