The wall that cracked open, City Terrace, 1972, 4125 City Terrace Drive (near North Carmelita Avenue), exterior rear alley, City Terrace. One of the best-known extant examples of early local street art. Done at the site where Herron's younger brother was stabbed by local gang members, the image shows two youths with cracked heads coming through the wall. The existing graffiti was incorporated into the mural. Enamel and acrylic on stucco, 25' x 15', by Willie Herron III and local youth. -- Dunitz, Street gallery, rev. 2nd ed., p. 286, #7.