Posted by on November 3, 2012 in Graffiti / Street Art - 7 Comments

Even Still More New Detroit Graffiti in the Grand River Creative Corridor

Even Still More New Graffiti in the GRCC 6Find even still more new Detroit graffiti in the very same locations we covered in our recent post entitled “Still More New Detroit Graffiti in the Grand River Creative Corridor“. Stretching from Interstate 94 on the northwest to the Lodge Freeway on the southeast, the Grand River Creative Corridor (GRCC) is home to many of the very best multiple graffiti installations in the city as well as a butt-ton of other work that ranges from above average to pedestrian to outright vandalism.

Find the works shown in photos #1 through #5 in this post’s album on the back side of American Integrated Supply at 4250 Grand River, formerly known as Perry Screw and Bolt Corporation, which was established in 1943 and claims to be the “oldest screw and bolt place in Detroit”. Even Still More New Graffiti in the GRCC 4Next, go northwest on Grand River about three blocks and take a soft right onto 14th Street. Head about a half block further north and look to your left to see the pieces depicted in photos #6 through #9.

Other photo-heavy posts published recently by I Love Detroit Michigan covering the extensive street art in this kaleidoscopic section of town include: More New Detroit Graffiti in the Grand River Creative CorridorDetroit Beautification Project @ Grand River & Rosa Parks Blvd, New Detroit Graffiti in the Grand River Creative Corridor, New Detroit Street Art @ 5110 Grand River Avenue, New Detroit Graffiti at Grand River Avenue & Vermont Street, New Detroit Graffiti @ 4641 Grand River Avenue, Detroit Beautification Project @ Vermont & Calumet Street, New Detroit Graffiti near 3200 Grand River Avenue, New Detroit Graffiti @ Grand River & Avery Street, New Detroit Graffiti at Grand River & Alexandrine Street, Detroit Graffiti at Warren Avenue & 16th Street” and “New Detroit Graffiti @ Warren Avenue & 16th Street“. ~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.

7 Comments

  1. terrence
    Posted January 8, 2013 at 9:23 pm

    There is no telling whether this is even the correct venue for doing this but I at least have to give it a shot.
    My friend Terrence Hill was murdered on the 4th of January. There are no words to describe how great of a person he was. I was blessed with the opportunity to become friends with him because we both served in the Navy together.
    He is dead now because someone wanted the shoes he was wearing. The last thing that I want is for him to have died in vain. One of the most effective ways I know of immortalizing someone is with art. That is why I am posting a comment here. I was really hoping that there was an artist in Detroit that would be willing to help us by creating a mural for someone who I know would go out of his way to help anyone that needed it. If there is anyone that could help with this you can reach me at [email protected]. I can help with compensation for the work. God bless.

  2. Posted January 9, 2013 at 3:52 am

    So sorry to hear about the passing of your friend. I wish I could help you find an artist that might be willing to help you with your project, but as you probably know most graffiti artists prefer to remain anonymous. I know NONE of the artists showcased here personally, however, I can tell you that there are just a handful of Detroit artists featured in these pages that do NOT maintain anonimity and if you carefully scour all of my graffiti posts you will find links to some of their websites. If you are offering a paying job and have a wall picked out that you have permission to paint on, I am nearly positive that at least one of them will be willing to work with you. Happy hunting. If you find an artist who is willing to paint the work you have in mind please drop us another line and let us know where it’s at. We’d love to see it!!

  3. terrence
    Posted January 9, 2013 at 7:42 pm

    Thank you very much for the reply. The funeral is this Friday. We are spending a couple of days up there to try and get some progress on the ground. And yes this will be a paying job. He is gone but not forgotten.

  4. Posted November 2, 2013 at 12:48 am

    […] Learn more about the multitude of past and present Detroit street art in this kaleidoscopic section of town by clicking on these links to photo-heavy I Love Detroit Michigan posts published over the last two years: Detroit Graffiti at Warren Avenue and 16th Street, Detroit Graffiti at 4731 Grand River Avenue, New Detroit Graffiti at Warren Avenue & Loraine Street, New Detroit Graffiti at Grand River Avenue & Vermont Street, New Detroit Street Art at 4731 Grand River Avenue, New Detroit Graffiti @ Warren & 16th Street, New Detroit Graffiti at Grand River & Maybury Grand Street, New Detroit Street Art @ 5110 Grand River Avenue, New Detroit Graffiti @ 4641 Grand River Avenue, New Detroit Graffiti at Grand River & Alexandrine Street, New Detroit Graffiti @ Grand River & Avery Street, New Detroit Graffiti near 3200 Grand River Avenue, Detroit Beautification Project @ Vermont & Calumet Street, Detroit Beautification Project @ Grand River & Rosa Parks Blvd, New Detroit Street Art @ 4731 Gallery, New Detroit Graffiti in the Grand River Creative Corridor, More New Detroit Graffiti in the Grand River Creative Corridor, Still More New Detroit Graffiti in the Grand River Creative Corridor, The Grand River Creative Corridor Outdoor Gallery, and finally, Even Still More New Detroit Graffiti in the Grand River Creative Corridor. ~I♥DM […]

  5. Elmira Young
    Posted May 18, 2015 at 12:02 pm

    Hello I like the paintings. Is it possible to name the persons in the art painting? Thank you.

  6. Posted May 23, 2015 at 2:23 am

    We do our best to identify both the artists and those portrayed in their work wherever possible, Elmira. Sometimes it is not. Thanks for reading ILDM!

  7. Posted December 28, 2015 at 3:59 pm

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