project overview

Re-Birth of A Warrior: ServiceMaster Mural   

This vibrant mural was created in partnership with ServiceMaster as part of UAC's Blight Out program, which aims to activate and transform blighted areas through public art. Artist Jamond Bullock, also known as Alive Paint, was chosen to create his Re-birth of a Warrior design for the mural, which features community symbols and sites. The artist stressed how important it is that his designs are relevant and connected to the neighborhoods where the murals are going to be located.

Everybody was so excited, and it was just all positive energy and just love.
— Jamond Bullock

ServiceMaster, a for-profit company founded and headquartered in Memphis, chose Bullock’s design for the building across from Greater White Stone Baptist Church in South Memphis. The company provided volunteers to help the artist with the mural’s installation on a day of service as part of its wish to be a good corporate neighbor and care for the city where it is based and where its employees live and work.

Along with 150 ServiceMaster volunteers, Bullock created a dynamic and colorful mural to enhance the space across from the church. He started by sketching the design on the building with the colors labeled and then asked the volunteers to help do the base colors and fill-ins.

Learn more about the project and view footage from the day of installation in the video below: 


about the artist 

Jamond Bullock 

Born and raised in Memphis, TN, Bullock received a BA in Fine Art from LeMoyne-Owen College in 2008. Primarily working in acrylic, Bullock style is colorful, loose and expressive. His purpose in life is to create and spread artistic vision through out the world. He is also a performance painter for special events under the name Alive Paint.