Posts Tagged: graffiti

UNCLE SUSAN Slaps New Orleans 

On a quick spin through New Orleans last week I came across dozens of slaps, sketches, and drawings by an artist with the moniker: UNCLE SUSAN. (I was only able to stop to photograph a few, which I’ll share here). 

UNCLE SUSAN Slaps New Orleans 

On a quick spin through New Orleans last week I came across dozens of slaps, sketches, and drawings by an artist with the moniker: UNCLE SUSAN. (I was only able to stop to photograph a few, which I’ll share here). 

Paint, Chalk and Stickers on New Orleans Streets – November 2016

All photos are untouched and unfiltered – just sharing what was seen on a couple of streets, over a couple of days in New Orleans, LA in November of 2016.    

Paint, Chalk and Stickers on New Orleans Streets – November 2016

All photos are untouched and unfiltered – just sharing what was seen on a couple of streets, over a couple of days in New Orleans, LA in November of 2016.    

Mural Pioneer: Keith Haring & the HUE Mural Arts Festival

The definition of art CAN be broad and rapidly moving like the society it’s created in. The method, movement, intention, message and location of art matter. Paintings can be produced quickly to shake, move and inspire and then be distributed liberally for mass consumption

Mural Pioneer: Keith Haring & the HUE Mural Arts Festival

The definition of art CAN be broad and rapidly moving like the society it’s created in. The method, movement, intention, message and location of art matter. Paintings can be produced quickly to shake, move and inspire and then be distributed liberally for mass consumption

Chicago: Simpsons and Other Murals & Slaps

Taken in late July, early August 2016 on iPhone. Photos from Palmer Square, Avondale and Jefferson Park.

Chicago: Simpsons and Other Murals & Slaps

Taken in late July, early August 2016 on iPhone. Photos from Palmer Square, Avondale and Jefferson Park.

Dallas’ Deep Ellum: Sanctioned Street Art via the 42 Murals Project

A real estate developer, Scott Rohrman, owns a lot of property in the Deep Ellum section of Dallas. He hopes to help invigorate the neighborhood and attract new tourists and locals to the area by accentuating these buildings with art.

Dallas’ Deep Ellum: Sanctioned Street Art via the 42 Murals Project

A real estate developer, Scott Rohrman, owns a lot of property in the Deep Ellum section of Dallas. He hopes to help invigorate the neighborhood and attract new tourists and locals to the area by accentuating these buildings with art.

Slaps & Splats: Street Art in New Orleans

Spotted in Dec. 2015 and the first few days of Jan. 2016 in New Orleans, LA.

Slaps & Splats: Street Art in New Orleans

Spotted in Dec. 2015 and the first few days of Jan. 2016 in New Orleans, LA.