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Nonprofit improves Concord with ‘Donkey Kong’ mural

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Nonprofit improves Concord with ‘Donkey Kong’ mural



HEIGHTS IN THE CAPITAL WITH A VISION. A LITTLE SPRAY PAINT AND AN ELEVATOR. MANNY RAMIREZ TO SEE THE BARI IN CHRISTIAN RAMIREZ ARE ABLE TO BRING BASE BRICK TO LIFE. BEHIND US IS A MURAL INSPIRED BY DONKEY KONG. WHAT WAS ONCE A NORMAL TUBE, NOW A GIANT SCREEN PLAYING THE ORIGINAL DONKEY KONG FOREVER ONE TO ENJOY. ONCE MANNY AND CECILIA WAS STARTED, THE IDEA THAT THEY WERE GAME. WE HAVE BEEN PSYCHED. VERY EXITED. WE WERE READY FOR IT. THIS WAS ONE OF THE MOST AWAITED MURAL WE WILL BE MAKING ALL SUMMER. YEAH, AND I’M A HARD PLAYER, SO FOR ME, IT JUST NATURAL. SO WE REALLY WANTED TO GIVE CONQUERED THIS FUN EGG TO GET PEOPLE TO THE PLAZA STREET AREA. WHY RETRO DONKEY KONG? APPEARENTLY IT WAS THE TWO OWNERS OF THE BUILDING. THEY WAS BACK HERE DURING THIS PROJECT AND I LOOKED AT IT AND I REALLY THINK THE ARCHITECTURE REMINDED THEM OF DONKEY KONG LOOKING FOR SOMEBODY WHO COULD GET THEIR BUILDING TO A NEW HIGH SCORE. ELM GROVE FOUND POSITIVE STREET ART AFTER A QUICK GOOGLE SEARCH. WE ARE SO EXCITED ABOUT THIS. AND AND WHO CAME TO SEE IT ARE ALSO EXCITED. NOW I’M STILL TRYING TO BEAT DONKEY KONG MYSELF, BUT POSITIVE STREET ART IS ALWAYS LOOKING FOR NEW WAYS TO LEVEL NEW HAMPSHIRE WITH THIS FIVE STORY PROJECT. BELIEVE IT OR IT ONLY TOOK THEM A LITTLE OVER TWO WEEKS. YOU LOOK AT THIS AND YOU THINK HE JUST TOOK THEM. YOU HAVE A FEW WEEKS TO DO. I mean it seems to have taken them months. WE WANT TO ENHANCE COMMUNITIES AND BRING COMMUNITIES TOGETHER THROUGH WORKS

Nonprofit improves Concord with ‘Donkey Kong’ mural

With a vision, spray paint and an elevator, Manny Ramirez, Cecilia Ulibarri and Christian Ramirez of Positive Street Art brought the basic bricks of an elevator shaft to life.

With a vision, spray paint and an elevator, Manny Ramirez, Cecilia Ulibarri and Christian Ramirez of Positive Street Art brought the basic bricks of an elevator shaft to life.

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