WHAT’S UP ON CHARM CITY STREETS

Headlining today's post ... visions of sweet treats by Siek

Headlining today’s post … visions of sweet treats by Siek

Best wishes for a happy, healthy New Year to all the artists and writers whose creativity and art make Charm City Streets possible … to our readers whose interest in and appreciation of graffiti and street art fuel our photography … and to fellow photographers whose comradery and guidance allow Charm City Streets to capture images of artwork otherwise unknown or inaccessible. Our heartfelt thanks go out to each and every one of you.

A few days before the end of 2016, well-known Baltimore graffiti artists/writers Adam Stab and Daver burnt up a wall in the Station North Arts District.

Daver and Stab

Daver and Stab

Daver

Daver

Stab

Stab

Renowned artist Corban Lundborg visited the Section 1 Project’s Creative Labs recently and painted a captivating, even mesmerizing mural.

For Section 1 Project's Creative Labs - mural by Corban Lundborg

For Section 1 Project’s Creative Labs – mural by Corban Lundborg

Around mid-month, Siek created a sweet new piece on a candy store in the Woodbrook neighborhood.

Siek

Siek – work in progress

Siek in action

Siek in action

Near Christmas, @throbin_williams and @scienceism put up dope new pieces in an industrial area on the east side of town.

Stoe - @throbin_williams

Stoe – @throbin_williams

@scienceism

@scienceism

A number of incredible writers have been creating boss pieces just north of the city – trackside along the highway.

Nsane

Nsane

Mista

Mista

Decun

Decun

Meca

Meca

Mawks

Mawks

Jurnes - @scienceism

Jurnes – @scienceism

Krone

Krone

Scum

Scum

Userp

Userp

Ratkid

Ratkid

Cargo

Cargo

Walter

Walter

Jurne - @scienceism

Jurne – @scienceism

Userps

Userps

Arek

Arek

An abandoned building in East Baltimore proved to be graffiti nirvana.

Unidentified writer

Unidentified writer

Cedar

Cedar

Donut

Donut

HODK

HODK

Krone and Jekl

Krone and Jekl

Later

Later

Later and Dume

Later and Dume

Mecro

Mecro

Nsane

Nsane

Stoe - @throbin_williams

Stoe – @throbin_williams

Charm City Streets encountered recent artwork by Walt, Jakot, and Krone along the Gwynns Falls in West Baltimore

Walt

Walt

Walt - another view

Walt – another view

Jakot

Jakot

Jakot upclose

Jakot upclose

Krone

Krone

Finally, @theeareyartist, an unidentified graphic stencil artist, and a female robot all left their mark in Station North.

Earey

Earey

Baltimore

Baltimore

Mae West, the robot

Come up and see me some time – Mae West, the robot

 


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