The Graffiti Bridge was inspired by this brilliantly colored, full-sized mural painted by our own, highly talented graffiti artist Slik the Writer. He was down at the bridge at 4:00 Tuesday morning, in the middle of a torrential downpour creating this magnificent masterpiece.
Slik wanted to create something beautiful that would epitomize The Graffiti Bridge’s commitment to help out the victims of Harvey.
To this end: The Graffiti Bridge is taking these four steps to help out the victims of Hurricane Harvey. We are with you, God bless you in your recovery efforts.
The first thing we did was to paint a breathtaking mural. That way everyone who drives under the bridge can see it. Thank you Slik. Your work is truly inspiring.
The next thing we did was to convert Slik’s piece into our new product line. “Support the victims of Harvey recovery.” These are all high-quality, hand-designed and prominently display the “God Bless Texas,” logo biased on Slik's Mural.
The first of our “God Bless Texas,” stickers and coffee mugs are in production now, and are available exclusively on thegraffitibridge website.
Each and every product is produced and hand printed here in our studio. The Graffiti Bridge does not outsource any of our production. All our products are designed, prototypes, manufactured in-house.
If you and your family would like to get yours now, and don’t want to wait for shipping, there will be a limited number available at our booth down at the Palafox Market. You are welcome to swing by and meet us in person. We would love to chat with you and answer any questions you may have.
The Graffiti Bridge has also set up a portal-to-donate on our Facebook Page. Please visit us on Facebook, where can see our photos and live-streams featuring our latest community activities. There is also the link to donate to the Red Cross recovery efforts in Texas.
Love the graffiti bridge. Have for years!❤️ Thank you for God Bless Texas. Will there be a painting and products coming for victims of hurricane Irma?
Purchasing God Bless Texas for my cousins in Houston. They were thrilled when I shared the graffiti bridge link.
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