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Mural Series: 4th street

I am very fortunate to be an artist in a city that treasures art. Everywhere I am surrounded by it.


Direct Line

The Standard, High Line


Lawrence Weiner (b.1942, New York City, NY) created NYC Manhole Covers, functional manhole covers that read: “in direct line with another and the next” in reference to the grid of New York City’s Streets, a Public Art Fund project on view in 19 different locations. 45 more words

New York

Welcome to Earth and Imperial Beach!

Head into Imperial Beach along Palm Avenue and you’ll be treated to colorful art!

Here are some photos that I took yesterday!

I live in downtown San Diego and love to walk around with my camera! 234 more words

Marfa, TX: Horror Vacui, Amor Infiniti

Marfa is the town that Donald Judd built, an odd little art outpost misplaced in the sands of West Texas. It came of age as a cultural destination during the late 70s, when Minimalism and Neo Dada were in full swing.  2,591 more words

Thank You City Of Maplewood!!!

My booth set up last night at Let Them Eat Art. Had so much fun. It was a busy night & hot! But it cooled off. 24 more words

The Designer

If you ever needed a craft designed for intergalactic travel, form freighter to deep space exploration, the best persons to speak to was Steven. He was the master of designing vessels who’s intended purpose would be spending long periods of time in deep space.

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Crossing lines: Art & traffic safety in Montreal

by Graham Larkin

On Monday I’ll be talking on CBC Radio about a crosswalk in Montreal’s Outremont that looks like it’s levitating above the surface of the street. 1,544 more words

Road Safety