Another amazing mural from Barcelona-based artist Rubicon1 in Philly. You can catch this one at 2nd and Poplar streets in Northern Liberties. (Map it here.)
Thank god for Joe Boruchow! Titled Fireplug, this is the latest in an ever-growing, ever-brilliant series of anti-Trump wheatpastes by the local street art legend! You can find it now at 9th and Spring Garden streets.
In the first of what they’re calling their “Welcome To…” series, V.U.R.T. painted this “Welcome to Fishtown” mural just over the weekend. You can find it on Frankford avenue between Delaware and Girard avenues. (1120 Frankford avenue, to be exact.)
You too can find Jim’s clever installation on Germantown avenue between 2nd and Wildey streets in Northern Liberties!
LOVE this new piece by Septic in Chinatown… You can find it (for now, at least) at 10th and Wood streets!
Saw a couple of these wheatpastes around town, always without my camera unfortunately, over the last few weeks. But, I was lucky to catch the piece photographed above this week at 5th and Bainbridge streets in Queen Village.
Location: The Shambles (2nd and Lombard)
Location: La Colombe (6th and Market)
Token squirrel can be found at 2217 North Hancock street in Norris Square!
...new pieces. The flying pig in the photographs of this post can be found at 5th and Spring Garden streets in Northern Liberties, and the two other installations can be found at 2nd and...
...Spring Garden streets in Northern Liberties, and the two other installations can be found at 2nd and Market streets in Old City, and Oxford and Broad streets in North Philly...This article has 1 other Philadelphia location (Show)
...two other installations can be found at 2nd and Market streets in Old City, and Oxford and Broad streets in North Philly...
Legendary Philly street artist Joe Boruchow has just installed the latest wheatpaste in his Trump-era resistance series. The piece, titled ‘Metamorphosis‘, is a freaking masterpiece of resistance art in my opinion, and you can check it out (for now) at 9th and Spring Garden streets!
A BIG new collaborative wheatpaste just popped up at 5th and Bainbridge streets in Queen Village, the subject of which is climate change. Created by Plamen Veltchev (aka DENIED) and Doomed Future, each artist has expanded upon the inspiration for their collaboration on their individual Instagrams:
...some of the work from the #SpeakUpPHL workshop that Ishknits and Blur pasted up at 5th and Green streets in Northern Liberties and Frankford avenue and York street in Fishtown. The one in...
...SurpriseArtShow, because we quite literally popped it up overnight last night, at the corner of 18th and Chestnut streets, in the windows of a future Saxbys that’s currently under construction. That caf...