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Interactive Murals Encourage San Diegans to Vote Ahead of Election Day

A mural from Edie Fake, a multimedia artist and transgender activist whose work addresses themes of gender, sexuality, and queer identity in the form of zines, prints, comics, drawings, tattoos, paintings, installations, and performances.
Eddie Fake

Five murals painted in different areas of San Diego are highlighting the importance of civic engagement and encouraging everyone to cast their ballots.

Facebook commissioned five artists to paint five murals that visualize the idea that "Voting is Voice."

The public wall arts will feature QR codes that, if captured by a cell phone's camera, will direct viewers to Facebook's Voter Information Center and to Instagram.

Each mural has its own unique story. Facebook chose artists who represent diverse backgrounds and identities.

Take a tour of the city and check out the murals located at:

  • 1265 Island Ave
  • 1055 5th Ave Front
  • 655 10th Ave
  • 427 C St
  • 427 C St E

Photos: Interactive Murals Encourage San Diegans to Vote ahead of Election Day

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