Global warming affecting Baltimore! Many days this month the weather was more spring-like than early winter-like, and so art in public spaces bloomed all around the city much like an unexpected bumper crop of spring flowers
The dynamic duo of Daver and Siek of PA Crew outdid themselves by taking us on a futuristic, galactic voyage replete with stylin’ shade-sporting robots.
Adam Stab, Baltimore’s longtime virtuoso graffiti writer, created a dope new piece in Station North Arts District as well as an eye-catching burner in Sowebo.
The Bay Island Seafood House in Southwest Baltimore continued to see a lot of activity by accomplished local and regional writers.
Weather, light, and other conditions finally came together, so I was able to get close to the dope side-by-side burners Stoe and Jersey’s Avok created a few weeks back.
In cooperation with the Baltimore Office of Promotions and Arts and the Greater Remington Improvement Association, renowned globetrotting artist Gaia painted an intriguing new mural in Remington. You will find the illustrated story about the four women it portrays in the full report Charm City Streets wrote earlier this month.
Charm City Streets came across a treasure trove of sizzlin’ hot burners, bevels, pieces, and throws while exploring along roads, streams and tracks all around town.
Miss Manners would likely disapprove of the rousing language in the piece Noah fashioned in Graffiti Alley. The artwork features the expletive-rich Hormone Monster from the Netflix animated series Big Mouth which follows a group of middle school kids entering puberty. Priceless! Nearby were colorful burners by Rowl and Ruen. Plus, a piece reminscent of ventrologist Jeff Dunham’s Dead Terrorist.
Absurd and idiotic destruction held sway along Morton Street where mindless scribblers ruined both fresh and historic pieces. Only a tribute to Fybroe went unscathed.
This month’s review concludes with a look at several dope slaps and stickers.
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