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Emmanuel Campos Perez & Serena Salerno

City:Park City
Phone:316-312-0209
Email:[email protected]

About

We are a 2 people team of muralist from Wichita Kansas that has been producing public murals in the city for over 9 years, most of our artwork has been self funded and done with the public interest at heart. We have a commitment to produce as much quality artwork for the public as we can regardless of obstacles, the exposure of street art and mural work at all costs.

Community Activity Information

We are not just willing but eager to host conversations with the community to inform the public about the importance of having a vibrant public art culture in our cities and towns, the roots of the huge scale murals and street art and their impact to the youth and the disadvantage communities.

Educational Activity Information

We can host improv workshops to teach spray paint as a medium for high quality muralism to anybody willing to learn.

Program Fee

Murals are not means to an end for us, murals are the end itself. The way we approach our pricing has the quality of our final product as the priority.

We charge the cost of our materials (Spray paint, exterior paint, clear coat if needed, nozzles, brushes and rollers), the cost of our food and gas for the amount of days required to finish a mural, and for our cost of labor we charge between a range of $10 to $30 dollars per square foot, depending of the project.

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