HIDDEN TREASURE

Headlining today’s post … Siek and Casper the Graff Ghost

City walls are arguably the most common place to find graffiti – everything from hand styles, to burners, to masterpieces. However, graffiti writers and artists also make use of such off the beaten path locations as tunnels, highway underpasses, abandoned buildings, and more.

Today, Charm City Streets shares with you the dope graffiti burners, chromies, and pieces encountered on its annual spring exploration of off-road sites. A number of these hidden gems have stood the test of time and thus are historic. Pieces 5 years or older are considered landmark pieces.

Achue

Again

Arek

Ashes

Busboy

Cargo and Vask

Cargo

Cedar

Cedar

Crink

Demo

Dume

Dusk

Chromie by Gauz

Gotham

Huske

Huske

Jakot

Jakot

Jakot

Jekl

Jerk

Jermo

Jermo

Jermo

Jurnes

Kache

Kwote

Lame

Lame and Jermo

Later

Later – a bit weather-beaten

Later

Meca

Meca

Nsane

Obese

Pariah

Pariah

Rase

Reap

Ryke

Scum

Siek

Skizm

Slogn

Soviet

Stoe

Stoe

Supa

Tence

Tencer

Tencer

Userp chromie

Vask

Vose

Sky-high with Vose and Ceda (and Dume barely visible)

Wake

Walt

Walt

Waydo

A landmark piece by Stefan Ways (2012)

Yikes, the Grim Reaper – maybe it’s time to clear out of this bando

I trust you will enjoy this outdoor gallery, in particular since you will not have to worry about the burrs, ticks, gooey mud, poison ivy, and uneven terrain one encounters venturing off the beaten path.

 

©All images and text are copyrighted and are the property of David Muse, unless noted otherwise. You may use any images or text for non-commercial purposes only if you credit the photographer and Charm City Streets. Thank you!

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