This is the third in the series on The Nations Wall, a massive set of murals on the west-facing wall of Music City Tents and Events, organized by the Nashville Walls Project. It’s the third piece going from left to right (roughly north to south), and it’s by the artist who goes by TheRebelAtLarge. From some photos on his Instagram account of him doing the mural I know that the whole message is “Moving Together as One.” Either the paint can or the raised thumbs represents “one.” A Nashville skyline can be seen in the can’s sunglasses, and on the top of the can you can see the word “chulo.” “Chulo” generally means things like pretty, fancy, fashionable, or hot, but it means a lot of other things too, depending on where you are from. Hey, that’s definitely a tricked-out spraypaint can! ¡Muy chulo!
Images of the entire wall with all the murals together can be found in Part 1.
Located at 5901 California Ave, Nashville, TN 37209. The murals actually face the 1300 and 1400 block of 60th Avenue North, across from the intersection with Pennsylvania Avenue. Street parking is possible nearby.