Street artists Mateus Bailon, Richard Best, John Gingrich, and Stefan Ways created large-scale murals at Section 1 Project’s Creative Labs in the Clipper Mill Industrial Park. Shiva, a 3D anaglyphic collaboration by Richard Best and John Gingrich; Reclaim, Remain Antman by Stefan Ways; and, dueling waterfowl by Mateus Bailon of Urban Walls Brazil.
Nether crafted two new original wheatpastes: Slingshot on N Greenmount Avenue and Tranquility in Chaos in West Baltimore
Wire sculptor Reed Bmore raised two new pieces: a nostalgic Tire Swing near Druid Hill Park and an enchanting Dumbo in East Baltimore.
Working with Civic Works, a community service organization, Adam Stab and Pablo Machioli painted a number of delightful art panels to decorate the boarded-up doors and windows of abandoned rowhouses in East Baltimore.
All around town one could find a number of amusing stick figure drawings from Pablo Machioli’s Black Sharpie series.
Graffiti writers were likewise prolific this month. Meca hosted the Manifest Destiny Crew Paint Jam in Dundalk. One could find intriguing bangers all about town: Mawk, KRSE, Skry3, Jah, Mesh, and Bver in Station North Arts District; Huske and Yatse in Wyman Park; Stab on East Baltimore Street; Userp in Remington; and more.
Graffiti Alley experienced lots of imaginative activity in September. Houston-based Kween897 and Flip created a 9-11 memorial. Krakus visited from NY. Long-time graff artists Caspa and Toven demonstrated their talent and capabilities. The newcomer Kid proved abundant. Work by Die, Kingzerg, Noak, Smak, and numerous other writers confirmed their artistic abilities.
Last but not least, Charm City Streets uncovered a kewl slap by Merge.
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