is a large-scale mural in the College Hill neighborhood of Cincinnati, designed by Scott Donaldson and painted by him and a group of teen A Perfect Day in College Hill ArtWorks apprentices.
Located at 908 Race St. in downtown Cincinnati,
this was ArtWorks‘ first landscape mural, painted by Tim Parsley and a team of teen apprentices and depicting scenic wine country on the side of what used to be a fantastic wine shop.
The ghost sign for Kay’s Furniture is hidden in plain sight, located high up on the back of a building in downtown Cincinnati.
I spotted all this in downtown Cincinnati’s Oneida Alley, and my gut tells me they must be related. Yes? No? Christian from
Spring in Our Steps called it “thought-provoking nonsense,” which is quite an apt description.
The mural entitled
was painted by Tim Parsley and a team of The Face of the Arts ArtWorks apprentices in 2007 on the corner of Central Parkway and Race St. in downtown Cincinnati.
ArtWorks mural is located at 811 Main St. in downtown Cincinnati. Entitled , it’s a design by Still Life #60 Tom Wesselmann, painted by a group of teen apprentices under the guidance of local artist Joe Hedges.
: coolness. Then & Now: An Interactive Look at Downtown Cincinnati’s Past
and RR Interviews: Zan McQuade of the Cincinnati AnthologyPt. 1 : an informative, two-part interview about Pt. 2 this book, which includes a contribution by yours truly.
: an awesome exhibit opened this week in Appleton, WI. Rare Neon Signs on Display at the History Museum at the Castle
: creative reuse in places like Fort Wayne, IN and Jackson, MS. Malls Fill Vacant Stores with Server Rooms
: T-Swift was recently named the NYC Ambassador, and this is her latest foray into “realness.” Taylor Swift Explaining New York Vocabulary Is Beyond Cringeworthy
: a long read, but a great story of grassroots urbanism. Rome’s Rebel Lake Is a Parable of the Contemporary Commons
: photos of ghost signs and storefronts, in London and beyond. Shopfront Elegy
November 14, 2014
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Spotted in downtown Cincinnati: what’s an areaway, and what exactly constitutes “improper behavior” in it? So many questions…
Located at 1136 St. Gregory St. in the hilltop neighborhood of Mount Adams,
by Tina Westerkamp honors the people who shaped this historic Cincinnati neighborhood’s early development. The Roots of Vision
We’re honored that a few of our photos are included in
by Steven Heller and Gail Anderson, published by Thames & Hudson. The Typographic Universe: Letterforms Found in Nature, the Built World and Human Imagination
October 13, 2014
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