HIDDEN GEMS 1 – DISCOVERING ART-FILLED PUBLIC SPACES

Tence - a historic piece beneath the road in Hampden

Headlining today’s post … Tence – a historic piece beneath the road in Hampden

Graffiti writers and street artists make use of concrete space in a wide variety of places around Baltimore. Here are a number of art pieces found recently on the border between the Remington and Hampden neighborhoods.

Donut - beneath the road in Hampden

Donut – beneath the road in Hampden

 

Fisho - beneath the road in Hampden

Fisho – beneath the road in Hampden

Kepoh & Cedar - beneath the road in Hampden

Kepoh & Cedar – beneath the road in Hampden

Kepoh the end - beneath the road in Hampden

Kepoh the end – beneath the road in Hampden

Later - beneath the road in Hampden

Later – beneath the road in Hampden

Mask - beneath the road in Hampden

Mask – beneath the road in Hampden

Mega - beneath the road in Hampden

Mega – beneath the road in Hampden

Sens - beneath the road in Hampden

Sens – beneath the road in Hampden

Stoe - beneath the road in Hampden

Stoe – beneath the road in Hampden

Userp - beneath the road in Hampden

Userp – beneath the road in Hampden

NDA, Nether, Womp & Mega - beneath the road in Hampden

NDA, Nether, Womp & Mega – beneath the road in Hampden

NDA, Nether & Womp - beneath the road in Hampden

NDA, Nether & Womp – beneath the road in Hampden

Womp - beneath the road in Hampden

Womp – beneath the road in Hampden

 


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