Travel and family obligations occupied the majority of my time since early October. Before I leave town again later this week I wanted to post the latest interview with the streets of Charm City.
It is said April showers bring flowers. I am not a horticulturist, but I can say the warm weather certainly brought about an explosion of crazy fresh graff and murals all around town. Here follows the artwork Charm City Streets came across during the second half of the month.
Through April 21st the phenomenal Light City festival is in full swing all around the Inner Harbor and Harboreast neighborhood. This is the only event of its size and scope in the United States, so be sure to check their website for the full schedule of events.
The frenetic pace of creativity continued unabated all around Baltimore as evidenced by the large number of fresh artwork Charm City Streets encountered by mid-April.
Over the past two days members of the PA Crew were busy burnin’ up Baltimore’s Station North Arts District. Well-known graffiti writers Arbor, Daver, Moter and Stab collaborated on a monster wall off Morton Street.
Members of the FDC and the TGE crews connected in a small parking lot off NW 24th Street during Art Basel 2016. Over that early December weekend Charm City Streets repeatedly visited their alleyway to watch the crew members and other writers capture, electrify, and dominate the walls. The experience was incredible, and the artwork superb. The line above the masterful piece by Mast says it all … the force awakens.
Today’s edition of What’s Up on Charm City Streets covers the month of September, 2015.
On the corner of N. Mount and Baker Streets, you can see Gaia created the latest mural for the Visions: Sandtown Mural & Arts Project.
Today’s edition of What’s Up on Charm City Streets covers the month of August, 2015.
Late August saw a flurry of activity on Morton Street in Station North Arts District with new pieces by Siek, Stab, Arizona, and others.