Around a part of Olney that has been left to fend for itself is a train station that has been abandoned for nearly 20 years. By that station are the ruins of something that was once great but is now left to rot while the citizens above seemingly waiting for it to fall like a house of cards.
While going through my files, I found a bunch of photos from last June. There were some boards on South Broad Street that were basically open-season for any and all street artists. Its a shame that they’re long gone now, as there was some truly remarkable pieces of art on there.
I saw this piece and really dug the battle angles.
Hidden in Germantown/Mt. Airy, not far from the rail road tracks, was THIS. It’s been there for nearly 20 years now on a place that seems to still be in use. A few newer tags on top, sadly, over it… I love the old-school tag!
Remember when I showed a detail of a piece I found in North Philly with “15′ in the corner?
Of all the taggers in Philly, of all the street artists out there, this person may be my favorite when it comes to the art of the spray can. The style is classic, and its bright, colorful, fun, and engaging. This is just another sample of one of their pieces, this one hidden in South Philly.