Street Art

Why Yarnbombing Isn’t “Gentriffiti”

Yarnbombing is the act of knitting or crocheting something, then affixing it onto an existing object. Examples of objects include parking meters, bike racks, trees, poles, and other inanimate objects. I can’t think of one form of street art that isn’t disputed somewhere, and yarnbombing is no different. Some people think graffiti adds character and can […]

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10 Street Art Puns

My sense of humor is pretty eclectic. I laugh equally as hard at observational humor about society, offensive jokes, graphic sex comedy, and dumb puns. I really love puns, though. They’re so silly, and I love the groan that people produce when they hear really ridiculous wordplay. Let’s just say, if you don’t like puns […]

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Puzzle Art Project

In June, I decided that it would be fun to do a collaborative guerrilla art project. I wanted to involve as many people as I could at the same time, and mix different styles together to create a street art installation here in Baltimore. I contacted some people I thought might be interested, and almost […]

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Baltimore Love Lock

All over the world, spaces have been claimed for ongoing, interactive installations called Love Locks. The idea is that you decorate a lock in some way, then permanently attach is to the structure as a gesture of everlasting love. There wasn’t a Love Lock in Baltimore, so I decided to start one! The fist lock I […]

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