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.
Murals made of spray paint
Metal gates made to be beautiful
Colorful sides of buildings
Re-claiming abandoned space by turning it into a happier experience
Dinosaurs made of metal in an empty field
Murals for Open Walls *
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.
I’d love to know where some of these are located. If you remember, can you add that to your caption?
This is a good point. From now on I will definitely post the location. #3, 5, and 8 are all very close. Around the area of Oliver and Bethel Streets. The last two are in Graffiti Alley, the sixth is just north of North Avenue on Calvert Street, and the 7th is Greenmount, a little past the cemetery entrance.
Love the dinosaur in the empty field! Really all of it is awesome.
That dinosaur was really awesome, Donna. I immediately parked my car and ran through the tall grass to climb up it. There was no other option!