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Brandon Hill (b. 1983, Baltimore, Md.; lives and works in Washington, D.C.) draws on his fascination with materiality, history and the urban landscape to shape his multidisciplinary art practice. His work spans from 1” sculptures made from lego to murals that wrap full buildings. His work is part of the permanent collection of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum and he has shown and painted across the country. He is also a co-founder of No Kings Collective design & murals company based in and Please Bring Chips, a black owned food collective, both based in Washington, DC.
At NKC Brandon uses his experience at scale to think through murals not only as an aesthetic but also as a public utility that can use design to help solve problems in cities.