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On our recent visit to Baltimore, we revisited several older murals, discovered some newer ones and came upon some of our favorite artists at work.  Pictured above is Gaia with Pablo Machioli to his left, taking a break from working on their now-completed mural for Open Works.  Here are several more images that we captured:

Peruvian artist Daniel Cortez aka Decertor for Open Walls Baltimore

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Baltimore-based Ernest Shaw, Jr for Open Walls Baltimore

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Baltimore-based Jessie Unterhalter & Katey Truhn, close-up from huge mural for Open Walls Baltimore

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Newark-based LNY / Layqa Nuna Yawar, close-up for Open Walls Baltimore

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Philadelphia native Betsy Casanas for Open Walls Baltimore

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Baltimore-based Nanook for Open Walls Baltimore

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Baltimore-based Billy Mode at work

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Baltimore-based Michael Owen, close-up 

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Photo credits: 1, 2 & 7 Tara Murray; 3-6, 8 & 9 Lois Stavsky

Note: Hailed in a range of media from the Huffington Post to the New York Times, our Street Art NYC App is now available for Android devices here.

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Located on the West Side of Chicago, Pilsen hosts some of the city’s most alluring street art works alongside its train tracks. Featured above is by Bogota-based artist Stinkfish. Here are several more that we revisited on our recent trip to Chicago:

West Coast-based Victor Reyes

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Chicago-based Lady Lucx, close-up

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UK native Jon Burgerman, close-up

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Brooklyn-based RAE

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Nevada-based Erik Burke aka Overunder, close-up

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Baltimore-based Gaia, close-up

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Photo credits: 1, 5-7 Tara Murray; 2-4 Lois Stavsky

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On our recent visit to Washington DC, we came upon dozens of intriguing murals, representing a huge range of styles from abstract designs to photorealistic portraits. Featured above is a close-up from a huge mural by Australian artist Kyle Hughes-Odgers covering two sides of a four-story building in the District’s NoMa neighborhood. Here are a few more:

Berlin-based James Bullough, who grew up in DC

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Munich-based SatOne

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Baltimore-based NYC native Gaia, close-up of huge mural at The Fridge DC

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DC artist Eric B

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Bronx-native Pose2

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Polish artist Bartek Świątecki aka Pener

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And with the launch of POW WOW! DC tomorrow, DC will be home to dozens of more public artworks by local, national and international artists.

Photo credits: 1 & 5 Lois Stavsky; 2-4, 6 & 7 Tara Murray

Note: Hailed in a range of media from the Huffington Post to the New York Times, our Street Art NYC App is now available for Android devices here.

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What follows are a few more images representative of the wonderfully diverse range of murals gracing Wynwood Walls:

Chinese-born DALeast

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West Coast-based Cryptik

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South African artist Faith47

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Baltimore-based Gaia

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Bronx-based John Matos aka Crash

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Lithuanian born Ernest Zacharevic

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Photos by Lois Stavsky

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A collaborative venture between the National Audubon Society and the Gitler & ____ Gallery, the Audubon Mural Project, has brought a series of tantalizing murals of climate-endangered birds to the late John James Audubon’s upper Manhattan neighborhood.

Iena Cruz, Tri-colored Heron, 432 West 163 Street, close-up

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Gaia, Endangered Harlem, 1883 Amsterdam Avenue, close-up

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Gaia, Endangered Harlem, the complete mural

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Hitnis, Fish Crow, 3750 Broadway

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LNY, Swallow-tailed Kite, 575 West 155 Street

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LNY, Swallow-tailed-Kite, close-up

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Mr. Mustart, House Finch, 5 Edward M. Morgan Place

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Keep posted to our Facebook page and this blog for many more Audubon Mural Project images.

Photo credits: 1, 2, 4 & 6 Tara Murray; 3, 5, 7 & 8 Lois Stavsky

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This is the third in a series featuring images of New York City’s doors that sport everything from tags and stickers to sophisticated images.

Judith Supine in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

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ASVP in NoLita

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Bishop in Nolita

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Craig Anthony Miller aka CAM in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

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The Yok in Williamsburg

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One of 13 Portals on the Lower East Side

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Gaia in Long Island City, Queens

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Jordan Betten in Chelsea

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Photos of Judith Supine and 13 Portals by Dani Mozeson; ASVP, Bishop and the Yok by Tara Murray; CAM by Lois Stavsky

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This is the second in an occasional series featuring images of New York City’s doors that sport everything from tags and stickers to sophisticated images.

Long Island-based Reme821 in Brooklyn

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Baltimore-based Gaia resurfaces in Queens with early wheat paste

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Brooklyn-based Abel Macias in Bushwick

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NYC-based SinXero on Bronx door

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Italian artist Federico Massa aka Cruz in Brooklyn

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Argentinian artist Sonni at the Bushwick Collective

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OCMC goes big in TriBeCa

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Brooklyn-based Judith Supine in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

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Photos by Tara Murray & Lois Stavsky

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Alice Mizrachi, Cern, Gaia & Jaz in Long Island City. Queens

Home to graffiti and street art Mecca 5Points, LIC also hosts a number of first-rate pieces on public spaces, generally devoid of street art.  Here are a few pieces that we recently came upon.

More after the jump!

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