Through Wide Open Walls, artists from near and far are invited to Sacramento each year to paint the canvas of the city.
I was blown away by the quality, diversity and sheer amount of street art I saw in Playa del Carmen this week – there was even an entire street where nearly every building was painted!
UPDATE: More photos added and new info re: purchasing Bowie metrocards.
I just returned from a fabulous trip to Italy. We spent 3 nights in Florence, and 5 in Rome. I’ll tell you more in the posts to come. We flew on British Airways, and arrived at 2 pm at Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO). About an hour later, we were on a train to Florence. I … Read More
There’s some great street art in Lisbon, including murals covering three entire abandoned buildings in a row
After what seemed like an eternity of nightmarish construction on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, the Second Avenue Subway has finally opened! There are four subway stations (the latter three being brand new stations): 63rd Street and Lexington Avenue, 72nd Street and Second Avenue, 86th Street and Second Avenue and 96th Street and Second Avenue. I … Read More
This NYC art school turned an ugly construction site into a street art exhibit!
Everywhere I turned in Denver – whether in alleys, or on corners, or out running – I saw wonderful street art.