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Jenna Rice is suspended by a harness while painting the top of a former mail truck owned by developer Marty Kotis on Saturday, May 23, 2020. The truck is a rolling tribute to front-line hospital and health care workers as part of developer Marty Kotis' effort to bring street art to Greensboro.

Artist Jenna Rice strapped on a harness Saturday so she could hang suspended above a former mail truck to paint another tribute on it to front-line hospital and health care workers. The truck, owned by developer Marty Kotis, has become a rolling tribute amid the coronavirus pandemic and is one of his latest efforts to bring street art to Greensboro.

Rice talks about the project in this video:

And here are some photos:

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