Pho­tog­ra­pher Notes:

DRIFT Travel magazine - - America -

(ABOVE) An oa­sis of color known as Graf­fiti Al­ley re­sides in the heart of Bal­ti­more and is the only place in the state of Mary­land that of­fers a le­gal safe space for artists seek­ing a can­vas where they can ex­press them­selves and prac­tice their art with­out the fear of be­ing locked up.

(LEFT) New Or­leans, Louisiana is full of amaz­ing street art such as the elu­sive Banksy’s sten­cil of a girl with an um­brella. Many be­lieve this piece is a metaphor for the fail­ure of the lev­ees dur­ing hur­ri­cane Ka­t­rina in 2005 whose cat­a­strophic ef­fects on the city can still be seen to­day.

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