MURALS help communities reclaim & celebrate their heritage, building groundwork for cooperation that often results in new collaborations. All types & ages of people are drawn to the project site, asking about the mural, becoming engaged in its development or commenting on the subject. By enjoining these groups in camaraderie we develop community & create a lasting, visual memory. The mural becomes a center of pride in the community & a strong community helps deter youth from joining gangs, reduces the chance of crimes & graffiti in a neighborhood & fosters fellowship.


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MDM Murals in Greenwich Studio

2436 A Greenwich Road

Winston-Salem, NC 27104

336 407 8007

History of Tobacco - Winston-Salem

Painted in 1997 with 14 student apprentices, this partial view of the larger mural (40' x 28') depicts Winston-Salem in the 1930's when it was the largest city in NC. It follows tobacco from the field, curing and delivering it into town to sell where a carnival-like atmosphere prevailed during the Tobacco Market. Shops displayed their wares, medicine shows set-up and farmers played music on the streets while they waited for their crops to sell.