Tag Archives: street art

Wall to Wall

ARCY, a.k.a. Ryan Christenson

Under stormy night sky, a powerboat ascends a frothy ocean crest. A round-cornered berg of soap threatens, peeking out of the water ahead; a giant toddler hand stalks from behind.

Wait. What? …

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Tagging Along

Daily Nutmeg is on vacation this week. Meantime, we’re republishing some of our favorite stories from the past few months. Like this one:

Heading west on Water Street from Olive, with a long…

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Tagging Along

Eric Mikita, a.k.a. Cers, tagging on Water Street

Heading west on Water Street from Olive, with a long highway embankment on the left, you pass shuttered Mexican restaurant Cancun’s, its stucco blue trim now accenting plywood-covered…

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Ballpoint of View

Isaac Canady

“I tend not to like galleries,” Isaac Canady confesses. But he’s created one anyway. His exhibition space, not to mention the art studio where he draws and creates his singular and spiritual pen-and-ink works, is the sidewalks and coffee shops …

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