Ohio & Franklin by Michael Goro
Michael Goro was born in St. Petersburg, Russia, where he earned a degree in architecture. This may explain why, years later, the now Chicago-based artist is drawn to documenting urban infrastructure.
: exploration deep in the bowels of the Cincinnati subway that never was. A Subway Tunnel
: the official Vimeo channel. Make Cincinnati Weird
: some love for the Autocomplete Coloring Book Visionaries & Voices catalog I designed, courtesy of Selectism.
: an awesome weekend-long event in Indianapolis celebrates its 10-year anniversary starting tonight [check out SubSurface Graffiti Expo & Hip Hop Festival my photos from last year].
: The State Hermitage Chris Glass and his camera check out St. Petersburg.
: confessions of a New Yorker. “Oh…..I Could Never Live in NYC”
: just that. Marfa, Texas: An Unlikely Art Oasis in a Desert Town
August 31, 2012
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