WHAT’S UP ON CHARM CITY STREETS

Nelson Mandela

Headlining today’s post … the Nelson Mandela mural by Gaia

 

This edition of What’s Up on Charm City Streets covers the first three months of 2014. In Southwest Baltimore (Sowebo), Gaia painted a mural of Nelson Mandela as part of the worldwide arts project Kurema, Kureba, Kwiga.  To Create, To See, To Learn seeks to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS in Rwanda, to foster positive relationships between those living with HIV/AIDS and their communities, and to support the efforts of healthcare providers.

Today’s collection features new wheatpastes by Nether; a collaborative piece by Mode and Siek; a sky-high throwup by Userp; plus work by eleven artists in Graffiti Alley.

Holding on to hope

Holding on to hope – Nether

 

Slingshot

Slingshot – Nether

Roller work by Nether

Roller work by Nether

Mode and Siek

Mode and Siek

Userp

Sky-high Userp

Eazey

Eazey

Kerm

Kerm

Mint - 1

Mint

Mint - 2

Mint 2

Mybad

Mybad – 22 degrees, snowing and dark

RTL

RTL

Sick

Sick

Siek

Siek

Skism

Skism

20 Jahre

Zwanzig Jahre – 20 Years since this artist left Nuremberg

Userp and Asher

A reflection of Userp and Asher

 


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