Not a Monolith Mural with Destination Tomorrow

In 2020 I created two murals for the Not a Monolith Project with Destination Tomorrow @destinationtomorrow452 ! The LGBTQ+ center in the Bronx. This Project is dedicated to Black trans and queer people and their sources of comfort and was created in collaboration with 23 people that submitted words and images to the project.

The project creates a space for comfort, healing and happiness for us, and was done in collaboration with @blacktransrentrelief a mutual aid fund dedicated to helping black trans people keep the spaces they call home. It started with a place I found comfort; my grandpa's backyard in Florida where my sister and I spent many summers eating mango, swimming and not catching fish and transformed into a work where many people's places of comfort could live together.

I feel so honored that I was able to create this work for Destination Tomorrow and that they are living with this work. These works can be seen at, 453 East 149th St, their offices, and 2134 Barnes Ave, their residence building 

I want to thank the Black trans and Queer people that were generous enough to share their comforts in life, and to @moniquelmm @kendalhenry for bearing with me when I didn't know what I was doing. and of course, @blacktransrentrelief @destinationtomorrow452 @artbridge @FacebookOpenArts @WeTheCulture #cityartistcorpsgrants

Thank you so much for your words and images:
@donutclown  @Elise.ariel96 , Fati, Dragon, @IAmTazDaRealist , @kaicrvmp , @legendofnigel , Leo, @Loomer3005 , @N.YALLAH , Nas, @PrincePantherPants , @sheismyla , @th3butterflygod , @unholykenoly , @charles.caesar , @dezmondcarmickle , @heymissjoseph , @PastelMagnets , Tie, @poemsbycharles , and @playhousenicki

And last but not least thank you for these incredible photos Ronald @rw2productions 

©Dana Robinson | Brooklyn, NY