The huge banner-national project spans two blocks of 16th Street, a central axis that runs straight south to the White House. The 16 bold, yellow shades widen the two-way width of each color to create an unobtrusive scene with an air camera and spotting virtually anyone within a few blocks.
He told reporters outside St. John’s Church, next to Buffer Lafayette Park, that he and members of the DC Council were there. Can.
“We’re here as Americans, on American streets, here on DC streets peacefully,” Boser said, referring to his recent clashes with the federal government over police efforts on DC streets.
Correction: This piece has been updated with new information that this image was directed by the Mayor of Washington DC.