The Nelson Mandela Mural is a 10-story, 2,174 square feet (202.0 m2) public artwork on Juta Street in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, created by Shepard Fairey and team in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the Purple Rain Protests. The mural overlooks the Nelson Mandela Bridge, and is seen by some as a sequel to Fairey's iconic Barack Obama HOPE poster.
Mural dimensions are 94.5 feet x 23 feet with a surface area of 2,174ft squared
Streetview Latitude : -26.19469 | Longitude : 28.03464
Executed September 16–24, 2014.
“ The Mandela Mural is a giant Exclamation Point in the heart of South Africa.”
– US Ambassador to South Africa, Patrick Gaspard
Now available as a limited fine art edition
A % of the proceeds benefits the Mandela Legacy Organizations for the continuation of Mandela's work.