Unique painting to help promote AEM manufacturing campaign

By |  March 21, 2014

More than 1,300 people participated in Terex‘s I Make America finger-smear artwork at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2014. According to a press release, Terex team members and show attendees dipped their fingers into paint and left their mark, as well as their signature, on a canvas that included an outline of the United States, famous infrastructure landmarks, the equipment that helps to build America’s infrastructure and the I Make America logo.

After the show, FingerSmear artist Kelly Sullivan, put the finishing touches to the masterpiece, and Terex donated it to Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) representatives.

AEM plans to use the donated artwork to drive interest and encourage others to support pro-manufacturing causes. The painting will be on display at various venues in the weeks and months to come, Terex says. Both AEM and Terex are currently finalizing a plan to enable as many people as possible to see the artwork, helping carry its message to a broad audience of industry influencers.

Photo: Terex

Kevin Yanik

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