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Exploring Detroit, Part III: Street Art and Graffiti in The Motor City

August 15, 2015

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In the last of my 3-part photo series exploring Detroit, I look at some the incredible street art, graffiti, and muralism taking place ALL over the city. Starting with the Eastern Market district. Then walking along The Dequindre Cut Greenway, a below ground High Line of sorts that’s still under renovation. And ending at The Heidelberg Project, an open-air “art environment” as it’s described that sits on the east side of Detroit. 

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Thanks so much for following along on this series! And if you missed it, check out the rest of my photos exploring Detroit HERE:

Exploring Detroit, Part I: Abandoned in The Motor City

Exploring Detroit, Part II: Life and Rebirth in the Motor City

 

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