Tag Archive for tunnel art

BENEATH THE STREETS, MARCH 2017

Headlining today’s post … a landmark piece by Soviet

Last month, Charm City Streets posted several articles featuring off-street street art: burners, pieces, tags, and more uncovered in storm water channels, under highway overpasses, along the tracks, inside tunnels, and at other off-road sites.

QUEEN CITY GRAFFITI

Headlining today’s post … Snak

Last weekend, while on family business in Cincinnati, Charm City Streets managed to carve a few hours free from the schedule. With camera in hand, the first destination was the water channel on the east side of town.

WHAT’S UP ON CHARM CITY STREETS

Headlining today’s post … Cellar Dwellers by subterranean Stoe

Acclaimed writers Ichabod, Arek, Mast, and Jurne created an outstanding back to back piece in the Station North Arts District. It is fitting that artist Bob Ross from the celebrated PBS show The Joy of Painting commands a central role in the piece.

BENEATH – EPISODE 3

Headlining today’s post … Cellar Dwellers by subterranean Stoe

You have braved our travels in Beneath – Episodes 1 and 2. Now, join Charm City Streets as it undertakes the third and final journey down below the streets of Baltimore.

BENEATH – EPISODE 2

Headlining today’s post … Krone

Episode 2 takes you off-road once again and ventures beneath the streets in search of out-of-sight graffiti. Charm City Streets trusts you will enjoy the phat artwork, but keep an eye out for Morloks in these shadowy tunnels and secluded underpasses.

BENEATH – EPISODE 1

Headlining today’s post … Cedar

Over the past five years Charm City Streets has taken you on regular photo tours of art in public spaces. We have visited Baltimore’s neighborhoods; the DC Metropolitan area; Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan; Miami; parts of the Midwest and Pacific Northwest; and, even Germany. Together we have walked hundreds of miles up and down city streets and alleyways; watched artists live painting during art festivals, mural projects, and paint jams; and, explored abandoned buildings such as a Cold War spy station in Berlin, Germany. Along the way we have encountered incredible graffiti writers and street artists.