Atlanta artist Greg Mike shares downloadable, coronavirus PSA designs

Artist Greg Mike decided to make the designs available for download after seeing them printed and posted around town

Atlanta artist Greg Mike's designs — and his signature LARRY LOUDMOUF character — are synonymous with street art in the city. And now, much of Mike's work is encouraging the city's residents to stay home.

In the fight to stop the spread of the cornavirus in Georgia, Mike and other Atlanta-based artists are using their platforms to spread timely public service announcements like encouraging people to wash their hands and keep their distance.

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Mike’s messages about safety measures amid conornavirus have been blasted on billboards throughout the city and on social media. But now, he’s making them even more widely available.

The high-resolution versions of his coronavirus designs are available for download on his website.

Credit: Alyssa Pointer

Credit: Alyssa Pointer

"Thank you to everyone who's been sharing the CORONAVIRUS pieces I've created. I've been seeing your posts online with them being printed and posted up everywhere from homes to businesses to doctors offices and hospitals," the artist wrote in an Instagram post. "With that in mind I decided to put up the high-res versions on my websites for you guys to download for better quality."

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There are three pieces available for download, all featuring Mike's signature toothy-grin design. "Wash your hands," "stay home," "flatten the curve," the designs say.

Across the city, professional and amateur artists alike have taken to artwork to spread messages of safety and encouragement. Another notable Atlanta artist, R. Land, converted his iconic "Pray for ATL" design into "Wash for ATL" amid the outbreak. He has also teamed up with United Way of Greater Atlanta and Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta to help the organizations' COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund.