Earlier this week, a group of local artists gathered to paint a huge Black Lives Matter street mural in the heart of Harlem.
Stretching across two blocks and four lanes, the mural was a gift for the community, by the community.
While it may be the latest–and most impressive–example of Black Lives Matter-themed art to come to the neighborhood, it's certainly not the only.
To see more, below is a roundup of art–some of it impromptu, some planned–that has surfaced in Harlem in the weeks since the BLM movement began in late May.
From south to north:
Black Lives Matter window installation at The Africa Center
East Harlem The Africa Center, 1280 Fifth Ave and 110th St
Black is Beautiful by RAD
Central Harlem Frederick Douglass Blvd and W 116th St
Harlem Canvas for Change
Central Harlem Frederick Douglass Blvd and W 124th St
Black Lives Matter street mural by artists LeRone Wilson (curator), Jason Wallace, Omo Misha, Guy Stanley Philoche, Lesny Felix, Thomas Heath, Dianne Smith and Joyous Pierce
Central Harlem Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd between W 125th and W 127th Sts
George Floyd Tribute
Central Harlem Fence in front of the Schomburg Center, 515 Malcolm X Blvd and W 135th St (only temporary)