Posted by on January 23, 2013 in Graffiti / Street Art - 3 Comments

Detroit Street Art by “Hygienic Dress League” near Woodward & Alexandrine

Hygienic Dress League at 60 W Alexandrine 9Detroit street artists Steve and Dorota Coy, the minds behind “Hygienic Dress League“, have been plastering Detroit with their unique images of decadent post-apocalypticism since 2008. We made our latest discovery of their work just last week near the intersection of Woodward Avenue and Alexandrine Street in Midtown. On the first-floor south face of the vacant and blown-out eight-story commercial structure at approximately 60 W. Alexandrine you’ll find nine of the League’s iconic images featuring their trademark shadowy corporate underworld characters in hazmat suits, gas masks and mini-skirts, toting flower-barrelled AK-47s. Peruse our post entitled “50 Outdoor Murals in Detroit“, published in November of 2011, and look for entry number 17 to get a look at a few more stylistically similar public works of “Hygienic Dress League” art from recent years. Click the following link to read a fantastic interview-based article at and learn more about these prolific Detroit street artists and their message. ~I♥DM

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Dale Carlson grew up along the northeastern shores of Lake Michigan, where at a young age Detroit called out to him in his dreams. In 2008, after extended stays in ten different Michigan cities, the author settled permanently in southeast Oakland County where he currently lives and works in various capacities within the local real estate industry.