Tag Archive: street art

Urbexing in MoTown

Motor City has long fallen from the graces of Americana since its heyday of the early twentieth century. Today thousands of houses and commercial buildings around the city stand stripped and abandoned, all… Continue reading

ATX: Hope Outdoor Gallery

The word ‘graffiti’ has always gotten a bad rap, because it usually invokes the memory of trashy, crude scribbles by heedless vandals. Yes, it is true a lot of works dubbed ‘street art’… Continue reading

Street art of Nepal

I love to explore cities that are rife with graffiti. Unfortunately, the word graffiti has negative connotations so people are quick to call it vandalism. I won’t deny that there are many many… Continue reading

Street art: Varanasi

As most people know, spirituality isn’t easily contained. In such a crowded city as Varanasi, temples are so overrun that there isn’t room for anything more than a puja, and so beliefs can’t… Continue reading

Artsy Kochi

Kochi-Muziris Biennale, an international exhibition of contemporary art, is the first ever held in India. We didn’t bother paying for the tickets but managed to get into a few exhibits for free… Some… Continue reading