High above the Penn North neighborhood Richie Rich is in a precarious position from which he seemingly cannot escape. Sculptor Reed Bmore has been busy gracing Philly and Richmond with his wire art, but fortunate for us he found time to create this thought-provoking sculpture for his home town.
Siek and @clarkzilla created So Fresh, So Clean … a spectacular full wall featuring one cool rubber ducky. You can see this dope piece near Mondawmin Mall.
Arek and Daver created a memorial to Vandel, a renowned Baltimore graff writer who passed away too soon.
Here are several photos of the Chinese dragon/Lion of Judah mural Jeff Huntington created on Park Avenue near W Franklin Street. You can follow the start-to-finish development of this mural here.
Currently, Jeff is working on an interior mural of Billie Holiday at the new Anthem House in Locust Point. In a week or so, he will begin work on a large-scale outdoor mural along the Key Highway side of the Anthem House.
The artist @123reconnect presented us with another of his whimsical creatures in the Station North Arts District.
The predator gentlemen and Cape Canaveral’s most popular astronaut made appearances early this month. You just gotta love these wheatpastes from Toven.
In Graffiti Alley, graff artist Bones created a dope Mother’s Day piece; penguins waddled on in and other avian critters fluttered by; and, there were several nice pieces whose writers Charm City Streets could not identify.
Elsewhere, Again, Cargo, Hazel and Vask found new spots to write.
Earlier this month Charm City Streets featured an article about hidden treasures. This artwork is so good, it bears posting several here again.
Charm City Streets will spend the next two weeks in Brooklyn capturing the excitement of the annual Bushwick Block Party, the Welling Court Mural Project, and the new Coney Art Walls. You will find lots of photos starting mid-June.
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