Street Art NYC at Southwest Detroit’s Station Walls with Fel3000ft, Iges, Malt, Teck, Stori, Kosek, Meloh, Ramen, Yogrt and Rift

November 15, 2015

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Among the highlights of my recent trip to Detroit were the rich and diverse graffiti walls I came upon while exploring the neighborhoods southwest of downtown Detroit. Back home in NYC, I discovered that these murals, referred to as Station Walls – because of their proximity to the Michigan Central Railroad Station – were facilitated by Grand River Creative Corridor founder Derek Weaver. Here are several more featuring the talents of Detroit’s local writers:

Malt

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Teck

Teck-graffiti-detroit

Stori

Stori-graffiti-detroit

Kosek

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Meloh

meloh-graffiti-detroit

Ramen and Yogrt

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Rift

Kobie-Solomon-aka-rift-graffiti-detroit

Note: First image features Fel3000ft and Iges

Photos by Lois Stavsky

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