Las Vegas Arts District gets immigration mural

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Las Vegas artist Izaac Zevalking (aka: Recycled Propaganda) thought it was time to upsize a design he created about a year and a half ago.

The mural, called “Chain Migration,” is painted on the side of a bail bonds shop on Main Street in the Arts District.

He created the design when immigration tensions started to rise.

“I thought it was a fitting time to scale it up,” Zevalking said, “I thought it was a perfect time, and kind of a perfect place as well, being on the bail bonds. They deal with a lot of immigration cases.”

Contact Mat Luschek at mluschek@reviewjournal.com. Follow @matluschek on Twitter.

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