Images of George Floyd show hope, healing — and anger, too

Images of George Floyd were everywhere after his death. His likeness became a rallying symbol for the Black Lives Matter movement. All images photographed using a tintype app. 

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A building in the 100 block of West Lake Street featured a mural of George Floyd.
A drawing of George Floyd laid with flowers at the site of his death at the intersection of Chicago Avenue and East 38th Street.
A mural featuring George Floyd was painted on an exterior wall of a building in the 2900 block of Blaisdell Avenue.
A mural featuring George Floyd painted over several pieces of plywood was dismantled by crews as they worked to repair a building at the intersection of West Lake Street and Lyndale Avenue South.
George Floyd ascends in a mural featuring that was painted on the plywood covering a building in the 1800 block of East Lake Street.
A drawing of George Floyd hung at the site of his death at the intersection of Chicago Avenue and East 38th Street.
Candles surround a drawing of George Floyd at the site of his death at the intersection of Chicago Avenue and East 38th Street.
A image of George Floyd was painted on plywood covering the windows a the U.S. Bank branch in the 900 block of East Lake Street.
A mural featuring George Floyd hung on the side of a building in the 700 block of East Lake Street.
The exterior wall at the permanently closed K-Mart on East Lake Street shows a mural featuring George Floyd.
A mural of George Floyd was painted on a building near the site of his death at the intersection of Chicago Avenue and East 38th Street.