Mapping Urban Art

Baltimore-based street artist Gaia has created a Google Map of all his spots on the street of Maryland’s largest city [buffed (in red) & running (in blue)]. It’s a fascinating record which will probably have incredible art historical value for future writers, historians, and researchers — and the fanboys will love it too. I, for one, am glad he is doing this.

2 responses to “Mapping Urban Art”

  1. Meena Kadri Avatar

    Definitely helpful – as I found when I put this story together on C215’s remaining work in Delhi:
    via Google Maps on Flickr:

  2. Michael Brown Avatar

    Cool concept to see this work evolve…really underscores how street art is constantly changing…and why it is so fresh (because it is always changing).

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