March madness struck Baltimore, as new artwork sprang up at a frenetic pace in public spaces all across the city. With his most recent wire sculpture Reed Bmore pays homage to Snoopy, the famed Peanuts character created by Charles Schultz. Catch Snoopy’s aerial dogfight with the Red Baron at W Franklin & N Monroe Streets in West Baltimore.
Long-time writers Arek, Daver, and Random painted new pieces in the Madison-Eastend area.
Toven painted an ogre who appears to have lost a recent fight. Thanks to his new GoPro camera, Toven captured himself in action crafting this ogre.
Adam Stab added a message to his mural for the Eubie Blake Sandtown Mural Project.
Charm City Streets discovered two eye-catching wheatpastes by an unidentified artist in West Baltimore.
Jah-One, Memo, SAF, Sophie, and Thuro generated new pieces in Graffiti Alley. While simple in design and execution, the contrast between the bright face of Sophie and her surrounding hair adds a bit of depth and dimension to the otherwise flat façade.
Be sure to attend the upcoming exhibition Off Season by Nether and Reed Bmore, April 15th, at the Soulful Emergence Gallery, 1412 South Carey Street. You can find more information about this free event on Nether’s website.
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