Adamany is painting the 118-foot-long mural, which stands 15 feet high at the tallest end, by hand. He first sketched the design onto the wall, a process that took 41 hours to complete, he said.
“When it’s this big, we put them on transparencies and we can go 8-foot square at a time,” he said. “But the thing is that transparency projectors distort. … You have to go back up there and improvise and fix the text with a level stick, by hand.”