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Times-Picayune: “Fantastical Camp Street mural was kind of caused by Jimmy Buffett”

If Jimmy Buffett hadn’t opened one of his Margaritaville restaurants in the French Quarter, then a young muralist now known as MOMO wouldn’t have been sent to New Orleans to paint the place and years later, after becoming world-famous, MOMO might not have created the mind-blowing 93-foot tall masterpiece mural on the wall the Ogden Museum of Art at 925 Camp St.

MOMO is the most famous New Orleans-based artist you’ve never heard of. His marvelous outdoor abstractions are scattered in prime spots around the globe, from the Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park California, to the World Trade Center in New York, to the Miami Dolphins’ Hard Rock Stadium, to walls in Portugal, Belgium, England, Italy, and Australia…

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Five Large-Scale Murals Unveiled in Downtown New Orleans with Public Events

Five Large-Scale Murals Unveiled in Downtown New Orleans with Public Events Unframed presented by The Helis Foundation, a project of Arts Council New Orleans, brings the vibrancy of New Orleans Arts District from the gallery walls into the streets.

NEW ORLEANS, LA. – On Saturday, June 1, five new murals will be unveiled throughout the Arts District New Orleans as part of Unframed presented by The Helis Foundation, a project of the  Arts Council New Orleans…

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