Logan Hicks is an American street artist best known for his photorealist stencil work.
His murals explore the dynamics of the urban environment with its architectural structure and inherent geometry. Hicks' highly detailed style draws a line between the cold, harsh city and a warm, vibrant organism — the symbiotic relationship that fuels the city. Gradually building up his image by spray painting over numerous large cardboard stencils, the artist arrives at his final composition.
The mural was initially intended to stay up for less than a year but was saved by a grassroots campaign for its preservation.