– watercolor paper
– blue painter’s tape
– paintbrush
– 2 cups of clear water
– white gel pen
– printed All of Mankind stencil (download)
– black sharpie
– paper towels
– watercolor paints
– graphite paper (or color in the back of the stencil with a soft pencil)
– pen

Download Stencil Here


William Walker, the artist who conceived Chicago’s first community mural, The Wall of Respect, painted “All of Mankind, Unity of the Human Race”, in 1972. It was located on Evergreen and Clybourn, just blocks from our studio. The mural depicts the interrelated cultures of the world and calls on all people to honor each other’s differences while decrying the worldwide loss of leaders to assassination and the suffering caused by atrocities and violence. Tragically, the mural was whitewashed in 2015.