Maker’s Mark Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month With Unveiling Of New Art Mural In Wynwood

Maker’s Mark and local Artist Don Rimx celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with mural.

Maker’s Mark is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month by collaborating with local and International Latin Artists to help tell their stories through art.

On Thursday, Puerto Rican artist Don Rimx and Maker’s Mark gathered at a local restaurant, for food drinks and the unveiling of their joint collaboration; a mural that honors and celebrates hispanic influences and cultural backgrounds.

Amo el arte urbano en Wynwood – con solo caminar por este vecindario puedes notar la diversidad de espíritus creativos y la energía de la ciudad, lo que es enormemente inspirador,” said Don Rimx in a statement.

Y para mi es realmente una experiencia conmovedora el poder rendir homenaje a Miami, una ciudad que llevo en mi corazón, y poder dejar mi marca aquí, en esta cuidad tan especial, llena de nuestra cultura Hispana. Estoy súper entusiasmado de que Maker’s Mark y yo podamos dejar esta huella en la legendaria “Ciudad Mágica” para conmemorar el mes de la Herencia Hispana.” said Don Rimx.

Don Rimx was born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico. In 2009, Don moved to Brooklyn, Ny which ended up having a profound effect on his work. Don Rimx’s Mural, whose influences include the works of Lorenzo Homar, Jose Alixia Rafael Tufino and Joaquin Sorolla, is a visual celebration of his cultural upbringing.

Don, now a Miami resident, has participated in national and international urban beautification projects including the’ Artists 4 Israel’ a trip to Israel to paint the security fence, Urban Nation Berlin, Beck’s Urban Canvas Miami, Ponce Es Ley Puerto Rico, Fiesta de Colores Ecuador and Beyond Walls Lynn Massachusetts where he was given the key to the city for contributing to the local culture.

Maker’s Mark Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month With Wall Mural Unveil

In addition to the collaboration with Don Rimx, Maker’s Mark is donating $5,000 to the Hispanic Star Miami Hub to distribute personal care products in six major cities including Houston and NYC and will reach more than 25,000 Hispanic Families.

Hispanic Star is part of We Are All Human, a non-profit institution.

You can find the mural at The Deck at Wynwood Marketplace in ‘Little San Juan’ Wynwood all through Hispanic Heritage Month till November.

Oh and while you’re in the neighborhood, don’t forget to check out some of the hispanic owned bars ASTRA, AMARA and TAP42 nearby!

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