Street Art

Positive Catcalling

At the end of last year, the internet blew up with talk about street harassment. I actually didn’t mind hearing about it so much because of how relevant the issue is. I walk around the city a lot. I’m out looking for street art or doing my own installations all the time, and by doing so […]

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Bridgeport Street Art

When I was in Connecticut for the Monarch Workshop, I also had time to explore around downtown Bridgeport. It was my first time in Connecticut, and I had basic expectations based on media-based stereotypes and preconceived notions. I expected to meet a lot of girls named Bridget wearing pastel cardigans and pearls talking about cooking […]

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Rainbows Are Amazing, We Don’t Actually Need Gold At The End Of Them

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Do you have any plans today? I’m probably just going to get a drink this afternoon and hang out in my green clothes. There’s a lot of cute stuff traditions surrounding this holiday, like leprachauns and following a rainbow to the end to find a pot of gold. Once I learned […]

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Baltimore’s Street Art

Baltimore may not be the biggest, safest, or richest city, but we have some pretty excellent street art. Every once in a while, I share some photos I take while I’m out driving around Charm City. Most of them are murals and graffiti, but as a guerrilla artist, I obviously keep my eye out for […]

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