Justin Hackney and Spreading PAINT are at it again. You can add another mural to Lawton's ever growing collection. The brand new painting can be seen on the side of Phillips Music Company at 107 S.W. Sheridan Road. It's visible from the road but you'll want to pull in to get a better look and admire Justin's latest masterpiece. The new mural features the one and only Ray Charles larger than life and in full color.

Phillips Music Company has a few murals on their walls including the "Fab Four." It's a giant mural of The Beatles that was done by Justin earlier this year. If the name Justin Hackney and Spreading PAINT sounds familiar it's because his masterful murals can be seen all over Lawton, Fort Sill. I really enjoy his work and seeing new murals pop up around town.

If you're unfamiliar with his work he's the one that painted the Jay & Silent Bob mural on the side of Blvd Smoke Shop and Beerhaus located at 2601 N.W. Fort Sill Blvd. I love his Clint Eastwood "Dirty Harry" on Sanders Hardware at 1214 N.W. Cache Road. One of his biggest pieces so far is the "Fab Four" mural of the Beatles on the side of Phillips Music Company at 107 S.W. Sheridan Road.

There's the Miles Davis mural that's also on the side of Philips Music Company. It's best seen in the Wayne's Drive In parking lot at 7 S.W. Sheridan Road. I'd be interested to see just how many murals Justin Hackney and Spreading PAINT have done in Lawton, Fort Sill. There's a lot of them! Looking forward to the next one.

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