Cincinnati: a fascinating retelling of the city’s history.
Manifestation: 5chw4r7z unravels the mystery of a new storefront on Vine St. in Over-the-Rhine.
The Genius of Water: Cincinnati’s Tyler Davidson Fountain: one of Cincinnati’s most famous landmarks as depicted in art.
Art Project Puts Focus on Everyday Faces: a worldwide public art project by JR manifests itself in the Cincinnati area.
Etsy Love: VisuaLingual: thanks so Lavender & Twine Bride for the kind words about our seed bomb favors!
Activated Spaces: interesting program aims to give new life to vacant street-level commercial space in downtown Dayton.
Response to the New York Times: Cities Report Surge in Graffiti: just that, from the Subway Art Blog.
Someone left this link in my comments
I so wish this was real. But I probably couldn’t afford it anyhow if it was.
Ugh, references to “manscaping” make me nostalgic for the days of grunge, when it was cool for guys to be no-maintenance dirtbags, and when these pansy-tansy dandies would have been laughed out of town. When will this trend be over?
I’m so glad you picked up on the Activated Spaces in Dayton! I wasn’t able to see the last session but this time around I’m going to volunteer. I think it’s a very neat project and I can’t wait to see how it turns out.
haha, I also agree with you about manscaping-esque trends. I don’t want my dude to take more time getting ready than me.
Bethany, I completely agree! And, as I’m pretty low-maintenance myself, that means my man has to be no-maintenance.
I’m really, really curious about the Dayton storefront program and hope you’ll post photos and share information once it’s up and running again!
oh yea, I definitely intend to! I’ll keep you posted