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Baltimore artist Beth Hoeckel

Beth Hoeckel, a Baltimore-based artist, has created some wildly experimental and wonderfully psychedelic works over her career. Her figures tend either directly challenge or ignore the viewer, referencing themes of … Read more

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Bethany Dinsick: Bad Lil’ Boy

My friend Bethany Dinsick, who I’ve posted about a couple times, just posted her new video for her song, Bad Lil’ Boy. It’s a great, goofy parody and celebration of … Read more

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Bishop Bikes

If you’re in the market for a great custom bike, check out Bishop Bikes in Baltimore. Chris Bishop, the man behind the operation, fabricates his own components mostly from scratch, … Read more

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Nanook wheat-pastes Baltimore

With its countless abandoned buildings and neglected public space, Baltimore is the perfect city for wheat-paste artists. Gaia has set up shop here, and now pieces by Nanook have been … Read more

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Daniel Kingery

Berlin-based American ex-pat Daniel Kingery, an old college friend of mine, ditched his homeland almost a decade ago and has become a rather amazing artist. I hope to drop in … Read more

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Word On The Street

Word On The Street is a fascinating, frequently updated blog of street interviews mainly of random people in New York City. I’d love for Peter Madsen, the freelance writer behind … Read more

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