This mural, reading ‘Si No Tienes Vida Feliz, Entonces No Tienes Vida’ was installed last year at Christiancy and Ferdinand. Since its installation it has been well photographed and respected by the community and visitors alike.
Detroit Synergy, a volunteer based organization in Detroit, hosted Motor City Muralism 2 on Saturday, May 13th. The event is a bicycle tour that has two primary purposes “to introduce people to artwork around the city and, in doing so, to also introduce them to neighborhoods and businesses around the city” said Joanna Porvin, the […]
What happens when you take youth from southwest Detroit, 100 cans of aerosol, a sanctioned outdoor canvas for painting, and positive youth development…
Mc Millan stands bruised and battered on West End street in the Delray neighborhood.
Real Detroit Weekly – Two things struck me about these photos: First, they showed that there was still a strong, possibly thriving, lowrider community in this city. Second, there were lots of children, teenagers and even whole families in the photos. Some shots actually appeared to have been taken at a picnic. Lowriders? Families? Picnics? What was going on here?