The Preserve at Scott’s Addition commissioned the piece, which adorns the apartment building’s façade.
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New project aims to make Richmond look more colorful to outsiders.
Several years ago, police arrested Mickael Broth for vandalizing property with graffiti and he was sent to jail. He’s now written about the experience, with insight into how we should think about graffiti, prison, and community building.
Jarred Barr, an incredible 11-year-old street art enthusiast, had the opportunity to paint along some of his heroes.
The story of Mickael Broth is not a story of retribution and community blight, but a story of redemption and community might.
Street art has gone all-city in the City of Richmond! If you attended the G40 First Fridays or the RVA Street Art Fest (RVASAF), you saw it, you felt it, and you were probably moved by it. The best part? It’s all still there. Head downtown and take it in again or for the first time.
The city is about to encounter another festival aimed at showcasing the talents of local and national muralists. What do Venice and Shepard Fairey have to do with the latest art event and what the city’s flood wall might look like?