Berlin-based graffiti artist MTO painted this mural on the outside of the hip Freret Street music venue.
“She Dreamed of a Place Called Fat City”
She Dreamed of a Place Called Fat City, a mural in the Fat City neighborhood of metropolitan New Orleans, is intended as an exploration of site-specific storytelling in public space. The installation includes a surreal collage as well as a fable describing a woman’s search for meaning as both she and her neighborhood experience change.
“Imaginatarium,” Forrest Reiff.
Lakeside Camera Photoworks Mural: “Carnival of Time,” Kyle Nugent.
“The Peace Wall” mural in New Orleans East, a cinema-themed mural created for the New Orleans Film Festival.
Mural for Healthy Start New Orleans photovoice project, “Breastfeeding: Strengthening the Heart of the Community, Reclaiming an African American Tradition.”
Breaux Mart Mural
Behind the New Orleans Public Library on Loyola Avenue: MILAGROS, the New Orleans/Miami-based art collective comprising Felici Asteinza and Joey Fillastre, have painted a vibrant, patterned mural capturing the cool vibes and movement of the Crescent City.
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