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A small orange on a street pole. The orange reads ‘ORANGE YA GLAD I’M NOT COVID 19’ in white lettering.

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A sticker of three-leaf clover with the phrase ‘KISS ME I’M VACCINATED’ written on it. The clover is green while the outline and writing are blue.

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A mixed media piece on cardboard depicting three antique television sets stacked on top of each other, surrounded by a group of sheep. The sheep are wearing masks and looking directly at the viewer. The entire piece is rendered in black-and-white…

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A painting of the Mona Lisa wearing gloves and a mask and carrying hand sanitizer. A striking image utilizing familiar imagery, taking on additional significance in the context of spiking infections in India.

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The words Capitalism is the Virus painted on an abandoned restaurant in New Orleans. New Orleans has suffered from multiple disasters and has faced significant struggles; covid-19 certainly posed new challenges.

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A sentence reading ‘alone / very alone / very very alone’ spray painted on a white wall. The letters were applied using a stencil in dark blue paint.

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Mixed media painting of an astronaut painted on a stop sign. The helmet reads 'I NEED SPACE.' The left armband reads 'BACK UP' and the right 'SIX FEET.' A small circular sticker on the right side of the astronaut's chest reads 'SPACE FORCE.'

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On a blue/black backdrop painted as a celestial sky, a large skeleton head and hand are painted in vividly colored shading and detail. The skeleton's hand is opening toward a coronavirus image. The skeleton appears to be looking at the virus with…

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A man in full hazmat gear, including rubber suit and gas mask, holds up a beer with the title Cheers behind him. This painting is a humorous reference to the similarities between Corona beer and the coronavirus in terms of the name. This also…

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Brightly colored letters spell out "Spread the Love Not the Virus". A fairly simple message, conveying both anti-hatred and anti-viral sentiments. Spread the love is a phrase that originated before the Covid-19 pandemic and combines well with a…
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