Expressive of a feeling. With thanks to my very favorite model, Gilded Lillian.
This year’s Public Space Invitational contest by the Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics, called “Play Around the City,” was aimed at enriching a series of urban bus stops. Inviting temporary interventions with a limited budget, their goal is to add … Read More
I’m loving the street art installations at Boston’s Underground at Ink Block, but there is still so much bare concrete! Those oversized cement columns always make me think… I’ve always wanted to just start painting them up with Egyptian and … Read More
In recent news, as government agencies have been told to scrub climate science information from their websites, the Twitter accounts of various federally funded agencies have “gone rogue” and refused to stop posting scientific facts… These include most of the … Read More
In my quest to do street paintings in Somerville, here is my proposal sketch for the Pearl Street Steps. I’d like to decorate this staircases in honor of our longtime community friend Al Riskalla, who owned the ABJ Auto mechanics shop … Read More
This year’s edition of the Boston PSI or Public Space Initiative has come upon us, and I’m submitting Stairs of Fabulousness II: The Blinky Edition (or more properly, “Stairs of deLight”!) An interactive LED light installation on the bottom staircase … Read More
This is a proposal I’m working up for the embankment behind Somerville City Hall, on School Street. Right now it’s bare concrete. I’d like to use a background of Art Nouveau stylized lilies and a realistic Eastern Box Turtle… these … Read More
If I had my way, this is what I’d do in the Kensington Underpass (that ugly walkway under 93 from the Stop & Shop to Assembly Square). Painting with Color Kinetics lighting. The complicated one would use stencils to make parts … Read More