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 three dimensional installations and smaller efforts like yarnbombs and flyers. There are plenty of other street art tours to check out if this one sparks your interest.

Baltimore Street Art | Uncustomary Art
An excerpt of a larger mural, found East of Canton

Baltimore Street Art | Uncustomary Art
A giant, colorful mural near the start/end of I-83

Baltimore Street Art | Uncustomary Art
Beautiful mosaic work, near Pigtown

Baltimore Street Art | Uncustomary Art
Colorful city mural of the Fells Point area in Highlandtown, across from The Creative Alliance (1 of 2)

Baltimore Street Art | Uncustomary Art
(2 of 2)

Baltimore Street Art | Uncustomary Art
Muted fruit on the back of a building near Canton Crossing

Baltimore Street Art | Uncustomary Art
Elaborate mural with garden beds in Pigtown

Baltimore Street Art | Uncustomary Art
Political wheat paste near Harford Rd

Baltimore Street Art | Uncustomary Art
Stunning mini mural at Monument + Kenwood

Baltimore Street Art | Uncustomary Art
Fun ground graffiti south of Harford + North

Baltimore Street Art | Uncustomary Art
Cutesy mural on Conkling in Highlandtown (1 of 2)

Baltimore Street Art | Uncustomary Art
(2 of 2)

Baltimore Street Art | Uncustomary Art
Symmetrical wheat pastes at Connecticut + Sedgewick

Baltimore Street Art | Uncustomary Art
Amazing donut mural in Highlandtown at Bank + Conkling

Which one of these pieces of Baltimore street art is your favorite?