Last time this week, many of us were eagerly awaiting the all but foregone victory of Tom Wolf in PA’s Governor’s race. Forgone because the man running against him for reelection, Tom Corbett, was possibly the worst governor our state’s ever seen: for many, many reasons, but for me I think it had a ton to do with him famously cutting budgets for education while still finding money somehow to build more prisons and give tax breaks to polluters. Not exactly the Pennsylvania I wan to live in.
Nevertheless, I just saw this poster on Frankford avenue in Fishtown (near Blue Cadet). A poster which seems to imply that no matter what, we may be in for more of the same… I hope that’s not true. Or, perhaps I’m reading this poster the wrong way. Either way, I like when artists use their talents to spark this kind of thought/conversation!
Absolutely LOVING Cera‘s work lately! This Philly-based wheatpaste artist has been putting up a ton of truly breathtaking work in Fishtown, Northern Liberties, and Chinatown – among other areas in Philadelphia – over the last month or so.
Really excited for Cera’s future in Philly!
I guess it’s sticker artist Tuesday (see my post from earlier today…)
Absolutely LOVE this piece by Gypsy!
So incredibly honored/excited last week to be named as a ‘Suggested User’ by Instagram… Didn’t really understand what it meant when I first read this direct message from Instagram, but in little more than a week I’ve gone from 11k followers to 85k (and counting.)
It’s so fun to share everything I love about this city, particularly our amazing street art/graffiti scene, with people from around the world. In addition to that, it’s also really personally exciting to share my photography with more and more people… Just wanted to share this with y’all, since, if you’re reading this, you’ve probably been around a while. And on that note, thank you for your continued support! It truly means a lot to me.
P.s. Yes, I have Sprint… Tell me about it!