WHAT’S UP ON CHARM CITY STREETS

 

Headlining today's post ... 3-D Woman by Richard Best

Headlining today’s post … 3-D Woman by Richard Best

 

Today’s edition of What’s Up on Charm City Streets covers the second half of July, 2015.

New murals continue to appear in Sandtown. Nether is nearing completion of his piece Blind Justice. With assistance from a number of local teens, Ernest Shaw, Jr. is working on a piece for the Upton Boxing Center.

The latest wire sculpture by Reed Bmore is a cheerful Lego-man winking at viewers below.

Now that all the people crowding the streets during Artscape are gone, one can see the artwork created in support of a cleaner Chesapeake Bay.

In Station North Arts District, two new wheatpastes appeared: one by Worthy displays a macro view of an ant’s head; the other is a Twelve O’Clock Cyclist by an unknown artist.

Noah, Krone, Jah-One, and other writers and artists found their way to Graffiti Alley.

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Nether at work on Blind Justice

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Ernest Shaw, Jr. at Upton Boxing Center

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Ernest Shaw, Jr. at Upton Boxing Center

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Ernest Shaw, Jr. at Upton Boxing Center

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Lego-man by Reed Bmore

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Drain to the Bay 1 … unidentified artist

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Drain to the Bay 2 … unidentified artist

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Drain to the Bay 3 … unidentified artist

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Drain to the Bay 4 … unidentified artist

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Close-up of an ant head … wheatpaste by Worthy

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Twelve O’Clock High … wheatpaste by an unidentified artist

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What a hoot

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Noah in Graffiti Alley July 2015 – 1

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Noah in Graffiti Alley July 2015 – 2

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Reclining and chillaxing

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Gab

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Jah-One

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Krone

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Suse by Zorg

 

 


 

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