Posts Tagged: new orleans

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.    

A Few Lil’ Painted Bits From New Orleans 

All shot on iPhone- zero edits or filters. All around New Orleans from June 23-25, 2016. 

A Few Lil’ Painted Bits From New Orleans 

All shot on iPhone- zero edits or filters. All around New Orleans from June 23-25, 2016. 

Free & Fabulous, the Besthoff Sculpture Garden is a New Orleans Must

Having lived in New Orleans for several years and now returning back many times each year, people often ask me for tips about the city. The truth about New Orleans, as is true with many other great cities, is that

Free & Fabulous, the Besthoff Sculpture Garden is a New Orleans Must

Having lived in New Orleans for several years and now returning back many times each year, people often ask me for tips about the city. The truth about New Orleans, as is true with many other great cities, is that

Street Art, Murals & Slaps, New Orleans Style

A lil’ assortment of art found on and near the street in New Orleans, LA in February 2016                          

Street Art, Murals & Slaps, New Orleans Style

A lil’ assortment of art found on and near the street in New Orleans, LA in February 2016                          

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.

Rant About the Sumabitch Who Attempted to Steal Banksy’s Umbrella Girl From New Orleans

The reason that artists put their work on the street is so that it can be enjoyed by everyone. Not made for those who frequent museums or galleries it often contains a political or area specific message.  (Pic by me

Rant About the Sumabitch Who Attempted to Steal Banksy’s Umbrella Girl From New Orleans

The reason that artists put their work on the street is so that it can be enjoyed by everyone. Not made for those who frequent museums or galleries it often contains a political or area specific message.  (Pic by me

Shame on You NYC. Seriously? Almost ALL of the New Banksy’s Are Already Destroyed?!

Most of the pieces that Banksy has created in New York since October 1st have already been destroyed. It’s not uncommon for people to cut down Banksy paintings off of buildings and try to sell them on the public market.

Shame on You NYC. Seriously? Almost ALL of the New Banksy’s Are Already Destroyed?!

Most of the pieces that Banksy has created in New York since October 1st have already been destroyed. It’s not uncommon for people to cut down Banksy paintings off of buildings and try to sell them on the public market.