Nary a Cheesesteak

Street art is undoubtedly the most exciting and powerful contemporary art movement. At its core street art is an ephemeral exercise, often disappearing within days of its installation. The precarious, and often politically fraught, nature of street art necessitates dedicated chroniclers. Fortunately, here in the Philadelphia area we have the zealous crew at Streets Dept cataloging the dizzying array of art showing-up on Philly streets every day.

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2 Responses to Nary a Cheesesteak

  1. Sanctified Brother says:

    Thanks for linking to me, I appreciate it. You guys have street art in Philly? Awesome. There is a lot in New York City. I think I’ll document some more.

  2. Pingback: Brooklyn Street Art « Sanctified Brother

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