DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A great role model on and off the field, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is featured on a new mural in Deep Ellum reminding people to mask up.

It’s a bright, Cowboys blue call to action now that COVID-19 vaccinations are well on there way in North Texas.

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The Centers For Disease Control recommends everyone to continue using all the tools available to help stop the coronavirus pandemic.

(credit: Kyle Holbrook)

Designed and painted by artist Kyle Holbrook, the 8’ x 8’ mural is hard to miss on the side of popular bar St. Pete’s Dancing Marlin.

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“It is important to remind everyone to stay safe while having fun by continuing to wear masks and practice social distancing,” said owner Pete Zotos.

Holbrook hand-painted the mural on the side of the almost 30 year old bar located on Canton St.

“The role of a public artist and muralist is to provide imagery that not only aesthetically enhances environments, reduces blight thus increasing the quality of life of residents/visitors but to also visually represent relevant social commentary,” said Holbrook.

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Moving Lives of Kids provided a grant to support the project as part of a nation wide “Mask Up Mural Tour” to 18 major United States Cities.