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Mural in Philadelphia

The worlds oldest and largest community dedicated to Graffiti. Letters written large and illegally in spray paint No sketches. No self promo.

Three local programs – the Association for Public Art, Percent for Art and Mural Arts Philadelphia – are national leaders in creating, growing, maintaining, and promoting publicly-accessible art.

Philadelphia has been called the world’s largest outdoor art gallery thanks to its robust city arts programs including Mural Arts Philadelphia, the Association for Public Art, and a local law that requires all developers to use about one percent of every project to commission a new public work.

Abstract Passages by Kristopher Kanaly seen at Main Street, Oklahoma City | Wescover

More about the Street Murals as seen in Oklahoma City and their creators on Wescover. "Abstract Passages" is an immersive mural project in downtown Oklahoma City created by Kristopher Kanaly. The mural is an homage to the passages we use to travel from place to place. As we traverse new lands we discover eclectic cities and awe-inspiring nature, which leaves us with lasting inspiration. The mural covers 1… Explore Unique and Original Public Art and Street Murals around Oklahoma City on…

Maya Angelou Rise Above Mural at Dr. Maya Angelou Community High School - Obey Giant   "HAte has caused a lot of problems in the world, but has not solved one yet" Maya Angelou  (poet, singer, memoirist, and civil rights activist)

I’m proud of this Maya Angelou mural “Maya Angelou Rise Above,” which I just finished on Friday evening, and I...

If the gardens ruled the Cities // Personal Development

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Each year, the urban art collective Pow! Wow! Hawaii brings artists from all over the globe to the streets of Honolulu’s Kakaako