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Nether and New Community Murals This Summer In Baltimorehttp://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/2014/08/30/nether-and-new-community-murals-this-summer-in-baltimore/"A colorful harvest of local folk on walls here as we bring you images Nether has been painting this summer in his native Baltimore by himself and with friends. A mix of community projects and independently initiated walls painted on Baltimore’s surplus quantity of abandoned buildings, the style brings to mind community murals of the past, but it also has a genuinely new spirit. Nether and others like Gaia, LNY, and Mata Ruda are among some who are influencing and ushering in what BSA is calling ‘the new muralism’. "

Nether and New Community Murals This Summer In Baltimore
http://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/2014/08/30/nether-and-new-community-murals-this-summer-in-baltimore/

"A colorful harvest of local folk on walls here as we bring you images Nether has been painting this summer in his native Baltimore by himself and with friends. A mix of community projects and independently initiated walls painted on Baltimore’s surplus quantity of abandoned buildings, the style brings to mind community murals of the past, but it also has a genuinely new spirit. Nether and others like Gaia, LNY, and Mata Ruda are among some who are influencing and ushering in what BSA is calling ‘the new muralism’. "

Posted on Saturday, August 30th 2014

Nether and New Community Murals This Summer In Baltimorehttp://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/2014/08/30/nether-and-new-community-murals-this-summer-in-baltimore/"A colorful harvest of local folk on walls here as we bring you images Nether has been painting this summer in his native Baltimore by himself and with friends. A mix of community projects and independently initiated walls painted on Baltimore’s surplus quantity of abandoned buildings, the style brings to mind community murals of the past, but it also has a genuinely new spirit. Nether and others like Gaia, LNY, and Mata Ruda are among some who are influencing and ushering in what BSA is calling ‘the new muralism’. "

Nether and New Community Murals This Summer In Baltimore
http://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/2014/08/30/nether-and-new-community-murals-this-summer-in-baltimore/

"A colorful harvest of local folk on walls here as we bring you images Nether has been painting this summer in his native Baltimore by himself and with friends. A mix of community projects and independently initiated walls painted on Baltimore’s surplus quantity of abandoned buildings, the style brings to mind community murals of the past, but it also has a genuinely new spirit. Nether and others like Gaia, LNY, and Mata Ruda are among some who are influencing and ushering in what BSA is calling ‘the new muralism’. "

Posted on Saturday, August 30th 2014

Ghosts, Record Players, Pine Trees with Legs : “Beautiful Times” hits Brooklyn, Beacon and Back to Coloradohttp://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/2014/08/28/beautiful-times-leads-amanda-marie-and-x-o-to-brooklyn-beacon-back-to-colorado/#.U_8sAUiWU3QThe “Beautiful Times” tour by Amanda Marie and X-0 has brought them back to Denver Colorado where it began. We shared with you images and a semi-travelogue for their earlier installations along this summer tour in Denver and Philadelphia. In this final installment of their easy-going art-making project we find them in Brooklyn and the upstate small town of Beacon, New York, where many New Yorkers went to settle in the 2000s, creating a kinship that continues to today.Amanda Marie. Beautiful Times. Brooklyn. Detail. (photo © Jaime Rojo)

Ghosts, Record Players, Pine Trees with Legs : “Beautiful Times” hits Brooklyn, Beacon and Back to Colorado
http://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/2014/08/28/beautiful-times-leads-amanda-marie-and-x-o-to-brooklyn-beacon-back-to-colorado/#.U_8sAUiWU3Q

The “Beautiful Times” tour by Amanda Marie and X-0 has brought them back to Denver Colorado where it began. We shared with you images and a semi-travelogue for their earlier installations along this summer tour in Denver and Philadelphia. In this final installment of their easy-going art-making project we find them in Brooklyn and the upstate small town of Beacon, New York, where many New Yorkers went to settle in the 2000s, creating a kinship that continues to today.

Amanda Marie. Beautiful Times. Brooklyn. Detail. (photo © Jaime Rojo)

Posted on Thursday, August 28th 2014

“Beautiful Times” hits Brooklyn, Beacon and Back to Coloradohttp://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/2014/08/28/beautiful-times-leads-amanda-marie-and-x-o-to-brooklyn-beacon-back-to-colorado/#.U_8sAUiWU3QThe “Beautiful Times” tour by Amanda Marie and X-0 has brought them back to Denver Colorado where it began. We shared with you images and a semi-travelogue for their earlier installations along this summer tour in Denver and Philadelphia. In this final installment of their easy-going art-making project we find them in Brooklyn and the upstate small town of Beacon, New York, where many New Yorkers went to settle in the 2000s, creating a kinship that continues to today.X-0 Beautiful Times. Brooklyn. Detail. (photo © Jaime Rojo)

“Beautiful Times” hits Brooklyn, Beacon and Back to Colorado
http://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/2014/08/28/beautiful-times-leads-amanda-marie-and-x-o-to-brooklyn-beacon-back-to-colorado/#.U_8sAUiWU3Q

The “Beautiful Times” tour by Amanda Marie and X-0 has brought them back to Denver Colorado where it began. We shared with you images and a semi-travelogue for their earlier installations along this summer tour in Denver and Philadelphia. In this final installment of their easy-going art-making project we find them in Brooklyn and the upstate small town of Beacon, New York, where many New Yorkers went to settle in the 2000s, creating a kinship that continues to today.

X-0 Beautiful Times. Brooklyn. Detail. (photo © Jaime Rojo)

Posted on Thursday, August 28th 2014

KLONE YOURSELF on a ladder at Project M/5 in Berlin’s Urban Nation -  Curated by Roland Henry & VNA http://t.co/0VdXafFZmO http://t.co/byZxc6ZPWM"The Berlin adventure entitled Urban Nation is readying for substantial renovation over the next year and meanwhile has embarked on rotating external exhibition of artists from many disciplines called ProjectM. Today we bring you images of the most recent in the series called M/5, curated by Roland Henry in conjunction with VNA Magazine and give an idea of the range of contemporary works and artists influencing the street art scene today through his eyes.photo © Henrik Haven

KLONE YOURSELF on a ladder at Project M/5 in Berlin’s Urban Nation -  Curated by Roland Henry & VNA http://t.co/0VdXafFZmO http://t.co/byZxc6ZPWM
"The Berlin adventure entitled Urban Nation is readying for substantial renovation over the next year and meanwhile has embarked on rotating external exhibition of artists from many disciplines called ProjectM. Today we bring you images of the most recent in the series called M/5, curated by Roland Henry in conjunction with VNA Magazine and give an idea of the range of contemporary works and artists influencing the street art scene today through his eyes.
photo © Henrik Haven

Posted on Tuesday, August 19th 2014

Will Barras with Project M/5 Curated by Roland Henry & VNA in Berlin http://t.co/0VdXafFZmO http://t.co/byZxc6ZPWM"The Berlin adventure entitled Urban Nation is readying for substantial renovation over the next year and meanwhile has embarked on rotating external exhibition of artists from many disciplines called ProjectM. Today we bring you images of the most recent in the series called M/5, curated by Roland Henry in conjunction with VNA Magazine and give an idea of the range of contemporary works and artists influencing the street art scene today through his eyes.photo © Henrik Haven

Will Barras with Project M/5 Curated by Roland Henry & VNA in Berlin http://t.co/0VdXafFZmO http://t.co/byZxc6ZPWM
"The Berlin adventure entitled Urban Nation is readying for substantial renovation over the next year and meanwhile has embarked on rotating external exhibition of artists from many disciplines called ProjectM. Today we bring you images of the most recent in the series called M/5, curated by Roland Henry in conjunction with VNA Magazine and give an idea of the range of contemporary works and artists influencing the street art scene today through his eyes.
photo © Henrik Haven

Posted on Tuesday, August 19th 2014