Baltimore Street Art

Every month, I share street art I’ve found in the city. Sometimes the art is new to Baltimore, but sometimes it’s just new to me. Enjoy a mini tour around Charm City in the way of public art.

Baltimore's Street Art | Uncustomary Art

Murals made of spray paint

Baltimore's Street Art | Uncustomary Art

Metal gates made to be beautiful

Baltimore's Street Art | Uncustomary Art

Colorful sides of buildings

Baltimore's Street Art | Uncustomary Art

Re-claiming abandoned space by turning it into a happier experience

Baltimore's Street Art | Uncustomary Art

Dinosaurs made of metal in an empty field

Baltimore's Street Art | Uncustomary Art

Murals for Open Walls *

Baltimore's Street Art | Uncustomary Art

Whimsical scenes

Baltimore's Street Art | Uncustomary Art

Banksy-esque

Baltimore's Street Art | Uncustomary Art

Overgrown installations

Baltimore's Street Art | Uncustomary Art

Mermaids

Baltimore's Street Art | Uncustomary Art

Googly eyes in Graffiti Alley

* This mural is bittersweet for me. I love Open Walls and how bright this new piece is, but it covered up one of my favorite murals in the city which said “Random Acts Of Kindness”. I have to remind myself that all street art is temporary in varying degrees, and at least I have lots of pictures of the old one.

Which piece from this month is your favorite?

See past tours of Baltimore street art.