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Detroit Free Press
Metro Times Detroit
Detroit's Murals in the Market festival — named one of Smithsonian magazine's top five mural festivals in the world — has announced the roster of artists for its fifth iteration, set for Sept. 14-21.
Grand Valley State University
Joey Salamon, '10, this week started painting his creation on Sheldon Avenue NE, between Fulton and Library streets. The mural is funded by the Grand Rapids Downtown Development Authority. City leaders say it is the most extensive street mural installed in Grand Rapids.
Downtown Grand Rapids Inc.
Artist Joey Salamon and a team of painters will soon begin installing a new mural on the surface of Sheldon Boulevard between Fulton and Library Streets in Downtown Grand Rapids.
The mural, Rainbow Road, will be painted by Joey Salamon, a 2010 Grand Valley State University graduate who specializes in brightly colored street art and murals. It will nearly cover the entire 342-foot stretch of Sheldon, making it the first official street mural in Grand Rapids.
“Rainbow Road” by artist Joey Salamon runs down Sheldon Avenue NE in between Fulton and Library streets. It was unveiled on Sunday.
Midland Daily News
The month of June, known nationally as LBGTQ+ Pride Month, has come to an end, however the buzz in Grand Rapids continues around a colorful mural that will permanently commemorate the cause.
FOX 17 NEWS
The mural was announced last weekend at the Apartment Lounge’s annual Pride Block Party. Mayor Rosalyn Bliss announced the city’s approval of its installation to raucous applause.
FOX 17 NEWS
“Rainbow Road” is now one of the largest public art installations downtown.
The mural helps commemorate Pride Month and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots.
Pride street mural debuts in downtown Grand Rapids.
Joey Salamon, a Detroit-based artist, paints a street mural called "Rainbow Road," with his assistant Alex Encalada- Stuart on Sheldon Avenue NE in Grand Rapids, Mich. on Tuesday, June 25, 2019. The mural celebrates LGBTQ pride.