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Arrive and be mesmerized!! Hey, WTMD, how about making Exposing Seas the Album of the Month for October!
I have always loved faded, painted advertising on buildings. Maybe that’s why I enjoy public art so much as it acts as a use for a wall that was simply being a wall until the artists’ hand had its’ way … Continue reading
A few weeks back, I posted an entry about what i perceived to be a memorial garden of some sort in West Baltimore, that I believe is referred to as ‘In The Spirit’. As I mentioned in that blog, it … Continue reading
After treating myself to an awesome Just Juice It juice from the Upton Avenue Market I was heading toward SoWeBo via Fulton Avenue and I stumbled upon this unique green space that I am assuming is a children’s park or … Continue reading
In my never ending quest to document the amazing urban art of Baltimore City, I often become frustrated because I have so little time to photograph my finds. I have to log in my teeny little mind where the art … Continue reading
I recently posted images of a painting of a large head on Greenmount Avenue here in Baltimore. I love public art and I swear this blog could very well end up being all about found public art. So last week … Continue reading
I have, in my mind, written at least 50 blogs about all of the amazing art that can be found all around Baltimore. I am referring to stuff that in some cases would be considered graffiti. In some cases it … Continue reading