It is said April showers bring flowers. I am not a horticulturist, but I can say the warm weather certainly brought about an explosion of crazy fresh graff and murals all around town. Here follows the artwork Charm City Streets came across during the second half of the month.
Renowned Baltimore writers Daver and Siek collaborated on a Raid-ient masterpiece featuring creepy crawlers you would rather not see around your home.
With support from the Greater Remington Improvement Association, the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts (BOPA), and the PNC Transformative Art Prize, Gaia created a striking new mural on Wyman Park Drive near the Johns Hopkins campus in Remington. The house-size mural features Mr. Ed the Cat, plus several wild animals native to the Stoney Run/Wyman Park habitat.
In the Greenmount West neighborhood Gaia worked with Brazilian artists Zeh Palito and Rimon Guimaraes to paint a dream-like landscape full of cosmic vibes. Both Urban Walls Brazil and the Greenmount West Community Association helped to bring about this extraordinary mural.
Graffiti writers from around Bmore and the District created a storm of activity in the Station North Arts District.
Charm City Streets battled brambles, burrs, and thorns to capture images of recent graffiti alongside the city’s rails.
Can one paint with a drone? If not, Rowl literally climbed to new heights to make his mark on town. Charm City Streets encountered as well a plum-colored bird of prey by Rowl.
Bodi, Bird and Zerg were on the road again.
Last but not least, Graffiti Alley received another dope portrait by West, an intriguing wheatpaste by Awkward Adult, an octopus by Cris, and more.
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