Despite September’s rainy weather, Charm City Streets encountered a staggering amount of new and new-to-me artwork all across town. Let’s take a look
Abandoned and derelict buildings possess character, project a unique atmosphere, and assure graffiti writers and urban explorers alike an irresistible sense of adventure.
Over the past few months Charm City Streets has encountered spectacular graffiti in a variety of vacant sites. Please note that a physical visit to these dilapidated buildings requires care. Falling beams could squish you. A rotted floor could suddenly give way beneath you. Plus, there is danger of entrapment and myriad other unpleasant incidents.
The Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts (BOPA) awarded artist Ali Duggan the 2016 PNC Transformative Art Prize for her large-scale mural project in West Baltimore’s Harlem Park neighborhood. At the intersection of N Fulton Avenue and W Lanvale Street, Ali is creating a series of notable murals entitled A Step Forward. Charm City Streets understands that a future community garden will accompany this mural project.
July 2016 has claimed the dubious distinction of being one of the hottest on record in Baltimore’s history. Not to be outdone, the students in the Street Art 101 class taught by Richard Best at MICA kept up the heat by
As promised in yesterday’s post, here you can visit the gallery of imaginative and vibrant graffiti pieces Charm City Streets found late last month in the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Bushwich, Greenpoint, and Williamsburg.
Graffiti writers and street artists make use of concrete space in a wide variety of places around Baltimore. Now that the vegetation has died back during the winter, Charm City Streets recently revisited Gwynn Falls in Southwest Baltimore. This area is a bit off the beaten path, so much of the artwork is historic.
Today’s edition of What’s Up on Charm City Streets covers the month of January, 2015. Reed Bmore was busy creating new wire sculptures near the Inner Harbor, in Station North Arts District, in Northwest Baltimore, and the North Patterson Park neighborhood.