Kids Come in All Sizes is a collaboration between Inglewood artists Anne Cheek La Rose and REZIN and the North Park community. Creatively addressing graffiti abatement, the artists combined their interests in fiber arts and hiphop culture to design a mash-up mural outline.
They worked with community volunteers and neighborhood children and taught them what was involved in painting a permanent mural. Anne Cheek La Rose worked with the children. She laid out the blocks to be painted. Each child chose the color and block they wished to paint. This made them a part of their park; when they are older they can bring their own children to the park to show them their block. REZIN worked on carton inspired figures.
The project was funded in part from KaBOOM!, the national non-profit dedicated to building parks and playgrounds for children.