While the gum wall draws the tourists (?), the more interesting thing is behind them… it’s almost a showcase of great street stuff. Every single time, something new and great to look at.
I think the districts we were in were too upscale to have much street art. What we did see, however, was often very sly.
My phone recently died, which means I have a new camera with some new features. Definitely fun to play with on my recent trip to the Olympic National Park and the northern beaches of Washington.
Here’s a good looking mural from down in Pioneer Square
The street art in Buenos Aires is the best I’ve seen.
Took a short break to play around with something I haven’t touched in a year: Lensbaby!
Grant Snider’s cartoons are packed with sweetness and a sensibility I admire. And those colors!
It is time to get back to Yosemite. Check out this amazing video by Shawn Reeder.
Here’s a stencil down in tony Madison Valley. No idea how long it’s been there.
It took two weeks, but the old furnace is finally out of the crawl space.
Given the recent craptastic bout of Anarchist spray can screeds around the Central District, it was refreshing to see this stunning wheat paste down on 8th and Jackson.
Ed Lisieski has new work hanging in town. Always something I want to go see, this small show has more questions than answers and points to a distinct shift in his public work.