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New Orleans Sticker & Street Art Explosion – Spring 2018

New Orleans Sticker and Street Art Explosion: Spring 2018. Yup. Another three days in New Orleans nets over 250 shots of unique underground creations presented within the grand, all-encompassing artwork that is the Crescent City.

Six Mediums Encountered: Sticker, Spray Paint, Stencil, Wheatpaste, Collage, Acid Etching.

Six Agents we Envision as Possible Creators: Musicians, Tattoo Studios, Galleries, Event Promoters, Skateboard Companies, Marginally Talented Starving Artists.

Six Adjectives Regarding Subject Matter: Political, Psychedelic, Provocative, Cryptic, Advertisinal, Inspirational.

Six Neighborhoods Explored: French Quarter, Marigny, Bywater, South 7th Ward, St. Roch, St. Claude. Enjoy! ~I♥DM

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[↓↓↓ Northwest corner of St. Claude & Poland ↓↓↓]

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[↓↓↓ St. Bernard & Marais ↓↓↓]

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[↓↓↓ Kentucky just north of Rampart ↓↓↓]

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[↓↓↓ Toledano just south of Claiborne ↓↓↓]

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[↓↓↓ Royal & Press ↓↓↓]

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[↓↓↓ Royal & Franklin ↓↓↓]

 

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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.