In yesterday’s report on the inaugural Bricks, Brews & Crews Paint Jam, Charm City Streets highlighted the artwork along the east side of the Loading Dock Inc. lot.
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.
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.
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.
Global warming affecting Baltimore! Many days this month the weather was more spring-like than early winter-like, and so art in public spaces bloomed all around the city much like an unexpected bumper crop of spring flowers
Seemingly, Daver and Siek can hardly wait to see the Bad Birds of Baltimore take to the field on Opening Day 2017. O say can you see that Daver and Siek have hit back-to-back home runs!
Cedar is a Baltimore graffiti artist who writes predominantly on freight trains. The precise structure and balance of his lettering make his work both fascinating and noteworthy. His choice of color is striking and lends dimensionality to his work.
This edition of What’s Up on Charm City Streets covers the first six months of 2013. In late June the NSF crew celebrated 20 years with a big cookout in Graffiti Alley. They enjoyed good company and produced a number of new pieces, as you see here.