Hyman, who grew up in a rough neighborhood in North Charleston, couldn't sleep after he heard about the shooting. At 3 a.m. on Tuesday, he rifled through his trash, found the perfect piece of wood and created this piece of art.
People participate in a rally outside City Hall on Wednesday to protest Scott's death. Hyman's artwork was there.
"It was very emotionally moving, it's beautiful," Woodhall told CNN.
Protesters from the Black Lives Matter movement contacted Hyman and asked if they could borrow the art.