Toronto pop singer Scott Helman has created a wall mural installation and is releasing a song to raise awareness about the ongoing climate crisis.
The Bungalow and PDA singer launched the mural Nov. 21 in Toronto along with artist Kayla Buium (Milkbox). The painting will include messages of concern about the climate crisis collected from Helman supporters in recent weeks as part of the Evergreen Project.
"For the past few weeks, an anonymous form on my website has been collecting testimonies about the climate crisis," Helman said in a statement.
"We’ve received over 600 entries and have compiled them into a document entitled The Evergreen Manuscript."
Helman and Buium will illustrate these testimonies on the mural. Members of the public who attend to watch the creation of the mural will have the opportunity to add their own message.
— Continue reading Aaron Brophy's feature and watch a video about the project on the Samaritanmag website