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Electric Angel: A Spotlight

Adrian Riley is a bit of a personal hero of mine.  Born in Bradford and studied at Leeds College of Art, he went on to move to the seaside where he set up his graphic design company, Electric Angel with his wife around fifteen years ago.    518 more words


Breakfast with Henry Moore

The John Hughes classic The Breakfast Club takes place on March 24, 1984, a Saturday.  Inside the library of the fictional school is a replica of Henry Moore’s  161 more words


Measuring Magic: It is All About Love Dear!

As folks of great Earth, Wind and Fire told us, it is All About Love, and Fred Kent of the Projects for Public Spaces cannot agree more! 209 more words

Urban Issues

The Battle for the Heart of [Downtown] Greensboro

Looking at a map of downtown Greensboro, it becomes apparent that something big is coming. The entire eastern side of the downtown is undergoing a major shift, and much of it is entrenched in public dissent tied to development choices being made by the City and local developers. 1,216 more words

Placemaking And Design

Malala Yousafzai - Facing an Alley

Faces on walls are a fave of mine!

Yes, I have many graf faves and loves, and faces in alleys are one.

She’s a beauty! 30 more words

Urban Art

Art and history at Lemon Grove Trolley Depot!

Step off an Orange Line trolley at the Lemon Grove Trolley Depot and you’re in for a surprise! On either side of the trolley station are several fun installations of public art. 571 more words

Concepts for Main Street

Shown above, my ideas for the Poughkeepsie Gateway, an “art intervention” planned for the Route 9 underpass on Main Street, near the Hudson River. This project is sponsored by Arts Mid-Hudson, O+ and the Poughkeepsie Alliance. 7 more words

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