‘Donkey Kong’ mural scales 5-story building in Concord NH

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A new mural has been unveiled in Concord featuring a scene from the classic video game “Donkey Kong”. the basic building block of an elevator shaft to life. Manny Ramirez and Ulibarri said that once they had the idea, they were in for it. “We were so excited. We were ready for this,” Ulibarri said. “This is one of the most anticipated murals we’ve done all summer.” “And I’m a great player, so for me it was just natural,” Manny Ramirez said. score, Elm Grove Companies found Positive Street Art after a quick Google search. A “Donkey Kong” fresco? It was apparently the idea of ​​the two owners of the building. “They were back here for the renovation of the project and really thought the architecture reminded them of Donkey Kong,” Frank said. The five-story project took just over two weeks. to finish. “You look at this, and you can’t believe it took them a few weeks to do this,” Frank said. “It looks like it took them months.” “We want to beautify communities and bring them together through the work we do,” Ulibarri said.

A new mural has been unveiled at Concord featuring a scene from the classic “Donkey Kong” video game.

With a vision, spray paint, and an elevator, Manny Ramirez, Cecilia Ulibarri, and Christian Ramirez of Positive Street Art brought the base brick of an elevator shaft to life.

Manny Ramirez and Ulibarri said that once the idea was pitched, they were in for it.

“We were so excited. We were ready for this,” Ulibarri said. “This is one of the most anticipated murals we’ve done all summer.”

“And I’m a great player, so for me it was just natural,” Manny Ramirez said.

Looking for someone who could get a new high score for their building, Elm Grove Companies found Positive Street Art after a quick Google search.

“We really wanted to give Concord this fun Easter egg to bring people to the Pleasant Street neighborhood,” said Kayla Frank, Marketing Director of Elm Grove Companies.

Why a retro “Donkey Kong” mural? It was apparently the idea of ​​the two owners of the building.

“They were back here for the project renovation and really thought the architecture reminded them of Donkey Kong,” Frank said.

The five-story project took just over two weeks.

“You look at this, and you can’t believe it took them a few weeks to do this,” Frank said. “Looks like it took them months.”

“We want to beautify communities and bring them together through the work we do,” Ulibarri said.

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