Or, in Spanish "Casa a Salvo de Plomo," the motto on the cap of the worker in the foreground. His hands shield the human figures, and their food, from the threat of lead poisoning, symbolized by the chipping paint that frames the bottom of the mural.
"Lead Safe House"
Christopher Cardinale and Youme Landowne, 2004
2183 Amsterdam Ave. (168th-169th Sts.), Manhattan