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WHAT’S UP ON CHARM CITY STREETS

Headlining today’s post … the late great jazz musician Roy Hargrove by Ernest Shaw, Jr

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.

LOWER MANHATTAN MURAL TOUR

Headlining today’s post … Albert Einstein loves New York 2 by Kobra

After touring Brooklyn, Charm City Streets boarded the L Line and spent two days in Lower Manhattan in search of new and new-to-me murals.

BROOKLYN MURAL TOUR

Headlining today’s post … The lighthouse keeper by Damien Mitchell for the Centre_Fuge Public Art Project

Charm City Streets walked miles and miles each day last week seeking out recent and new-to-me murals in and around Brooklyn.

WELLING COURT MURAL PROJECT 2018

Headlining today’s post – superb collaboration by Joe Iurato and Rubin415

Late last week Charm City Streets had the pleasure of touring New York’s Astoria neighborhood and capturing images of the artwork created in early June during the 2018 Welling Court Mural Project.

WHAT’S UP ON CHARM CITY STREETS

Headlining today’s post … Paradise Alley, a tropical delight by Daver and Siek

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

BRICKS, BREWS & CREWS PAINT JAM – 25 YEARS OF NSF

Headlining today’s post … Reuse Reduce Revisit by Nether for Bricks, Brews & Crews Paint Jam

A quarter century of Non Stop Funk is quite the accomplishment; so renowned Bmore writers Arek and Stab decided to celebrate this milestone NSF Crew anniversary. Thanks to generous support from The Loading Dock, Inc. and Spray Planet by Montana Cans, the Bricks, Brews & Crews Paint Jam this past weekend was a spray-tacular success.

WHAT’S UP ON CHARM CITY STREETS

Headlining this month’s post … Ernest Shaw Jr. and his tribute to Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul

The flurry of incredible artwork in Graffiti Alley continued unabated this month. Ernest Shaw Jr. painted a stunning tribute to Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, and to John Coltrane, the ever remarkable jazz saxophonist. Megan Lewis created two more beautiful murals in her #blkwomen series next to which Ernest painted a stern-looking portrait of Pablo Picasso. West fashioned a dope 3D face peering out of a corner wall … as well as

WHAT’S UP ON CHARM CITY STREETS

Headlining today’s post … Da Motha from the #blkwomen series by Megan Lewis

July was a hectic month, both personally and art wise. I spent the first couple of weeks visiting family in Seattle and the last week or so getting the house ready to go on the market. Our daughters and grandchildren now live in Seattle, so my wife and I have decided to move to the Emerald City. Despite all the hustle and bustle, I made time to photograph the latest art in Baltimore’s public spaces. Of course, it took me until the end of August before I had time to process the images. Thank you for your patience.