Posts Tagged ‘Graffiti’

Battered Brutalist School Awaits Neighborhood Plan

Battered Brutalist School Awaits Neighborhood Plan

April 6, 2018  |  Photography

In Eastwick, powerful architecture battles trash and vandalism at vacant George Pepper Middle School. Michael Bixler takes a look with this photo essay. > more

Brewerytown Warehouse Conversion Keeps Graffiti In The Picture

Brewerytown Warehouse Conversion Keeps Graffiti In The Picture

March 31, 2017  |  Art & Design

Inspired by an era of abandonment, MM Partners uses street art for interior design. Tyler Horst has the story > more

Marked Potential: Graffiti Pier

Marked Potential: Graffiti Pier

March 9, 2017  |  Architecture

Shila Griffith is back with a new edition of Marked Potential. In this month's proposal she envisions Graffiti Pier as the city's next great public park > more

Photographer Captures The Evolution Of Ruins With <em>4 Years/40 Walls</em>

Photographer Captures The Evolution Of Ruins With 4 Years/40 Walls

March 17, 2016  |  Photography

At the abandoned Spring Garden School No.1, vacant classrooms shape shift into kinetic, visual organisms. Photographer and longtime urban explorer John Bendel records the process with his series 4 Years/40 Walls > more

Mural Arts, Crossing The Tracks In Living Color

Mural Arts, Crossing The Tracks In Living Color

May 1, 2014  |  Uncategorized

With two weeks of work on Katharina Grosse's psychylustro set to begin today (weather permitting), the Mural Arts Program will brighten up five miles of Amtrak's Northeast Corridor with striking color. But what about the colors already there—the decades old graffiti? Brad Maule discusses conflicts and philosophies with the artist and Mural Arts' Jane Golden > more