Before I Die I Want To…Urban Art Comes to Life

December 7, 2011
Advertisement

This video from MSNBC made the rounds yesterday on Facebook and I wanted to share it here. An urban artist has been painting “living” murals that read “Before I Die I want to…” and are left open for community members to fill in their “Before I Die I want to…” goals, hopes, and dreams. It is like a live, and evolving, very public (but antonyms), bucket list. This is a very cool project and seems to be generating a lot of use from community members where the mural has been painted.

Check out the video below and let us know what you think.

Advertisement

Source

CDFuneralNews

CDFuneralNews

ConnectingDirectors.com is the leading online daily publication for funeral professionals with a reader base of over 45,000 of the most elite and forward-thinking professionals in the profession. With ConnectingDirectors.com we have created a global community through an online platform allowing funeral professionals to Stay Current. Stay Informed and Stay Elite.
CDFuneralNews
Advertisement

You may be interested

10 Visionary Death Care Entrepreneurs Revolutionizing How We Die
Funeral Industry News
6 views
Funeral Industry News
6 views

10 Visionary Death Care Entrepreneurs Revolutionizing How We Die

Justin Crowe - June 20, 2018

Looking at the business that these 10 death care entrepreneurs have created, there is an overwhelming sense of certainty that…

Mean Internet Comments – Funeral Edition
Funeral Industry News
515 views
Funeral Industry News
515 views

Mean Internet Comments – Funeral Edition

CDFuneralNews - June 20, 2018

We shine a light on some of the harsh words posted on social media towards DISRUPT Media's CEO, Ryan Thogmartin.…

FTC Releases Results of Undercover Funeral Rule Investigation… 4 Regions Bombed
Funeral Industry News
1184 views
Funeral Industry News
1184 views

FTC Releases Results of Undercover Funeral Rule Investigation… 4 Regions Bombed

Justin Crowe - June 18, 2018

The FTC has released its report detailing the results of its undercover Funeral Rule investigation for 2017. Last year, the…

Comments