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Rome Street Art: An Enthusiast’s Recap & Gallery

309.85 miles is the amount I walked during my 3 month stay in Italy.  This may not sound so impressive; it’s roughly 3.5 miles a day.  But I work from home.  I don’t get out much during the wee...
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Museo della Storia di Bologna: Questionable Exhibit

Street artist, BLU, is native to the suburbs of Bologna.  He’s placed murals all around the globe – some of which I’ve been fortunate to admire first-hand [Buenos Aires, Warsaw, Roma, Lisboa ...
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Art in Florence: It’s not all about the Renaissance

If you’ve been doing any research on visiting Italy – the Birthplace of the Renaissance – you’ll undoubtedly come across many articles touting the extraordinary collections of Art in Florence....
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Traditional vs Contemporary Art in Naples

Most Art in Naples – or Napoli – is old.  Early settlements date back to the 2nd Millennium BC; the middle Bronze Age [that’s anywhere from 1900 – 1000 BC or so I’ve read on Wikipedia].  ...
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Rochester Street Art Project: Wall Therapy

Most of the mural art projects taking way around the globe rely on community intervention and focus on bringing attention to underdeveloped or depressed areas.  There’s a feel good social aspec...
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Pittsburgh: 44 Hours in the Burgh

Turns out Pittsburgh [the Burgh, PGH, Steel-City, or as my mom likes to remind me ‘The City of Bridges’] is only 4 hours from my home-town, Baltimore… if you drive fast, take chances.  The husb...
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Atlanta Street Art Project: Living Walls

Many cities are becoming increasingly supportive of ‘urban art‘ and are playing host to global artists through curated projects.  The Atlanta Street Art scene is one such example. ...