“Truth” is at the center of Mike Johnston’s work.
By Syeda HasanJune 8, 2017 9:30 am| Arts & Culture, KUT, Partner Organizations, Texas Station Collaborative
Gabriel Cristóver Pérez/KUT
Mike Johnston stands in front of a mural he's working on at the Orange Salon on South Congress.
For years, Mike “Truth” Johnston has been pasting his colorful portraits of icons from Michael Jordan to Martin Luther King Jr. on dumpsters, billboards and electrical boxes around the city.
Listen to the story from KUT Austin and see more of Johnston’s work here.
Adrian Bernal helps Johnston paint the "Rise" mural.
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