Aimed at bringing art to low-income communities, The CLEAN Campaign paints vibrant murals on laundromats around the country. And while the artists work, The Laundry Project invites the community to wash their clothes for free – turning laundromats into community centers.
This same wall was painted by Tampa artists Pep Rally for CLEAN in 2016 but was buffed when the property changed ownership.
“Cory Robinson is a Tampa-based artist who came and painted the same wall that we painted two years before for the CLEAN Campaign,” Jenee Priebe, SHINE Festival Coordinator explains. “So it’s very much Cory’s style, with these beautiful little flowers across the whole thing and there’s a little cat in there – and it’s just really super fun and brightens up that area.”