Mission Linen building – north wall

The old Mission Linen building is at the corner of South 1st Street and Coolidge Avenue in Las Vegas.
The north wall (facing Coolidge) is covered with a lot of street art.

below: There were also some photographs that look like they are part of an Inside Out Global Art project.

eight large black and white photos of people from the shoulders up on the upper level of a building wall. On the lower level is some graffiti and street art.

eight large black and white photos of people from the shoulders up on the upper level of a building wall. On the lower level is some graffiti and street art. Inside Out Global Art Project

a mural and a wheatpaste. The mural is a green and light blue man's head, fingers by his face, cigarette in his mouth. A purple dog is lunging at him with its mouth open. The wheatpaste is a silhouette man carrying a briefcase with the word indecline written below him.

below: Teach Peace by Thresh Techr

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below: Faces to the right are by Uncutt Art while the cat? reclining top centre is part of a series, Milk the Bunny, by Omayra Amador .

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below: Stereotypical Temper by Typical Bandito

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below:  Another Milk the Bunny, bottom right, amongst other graffiti.

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below: by Punk me Tender

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below: On the right, Marie Antoinette says ‘Let them eat paste’ by There She Is.

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