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Overpass. As seen on I-75, near the Brewster Homes, Detroit.
Down I-94: This is the remix. First of many mixed media pieces to come.
Squirrel in the City. Detroit.
That’s why we don’t call it Detroit, we call it Amityville. As seen on Schoolcraft (4Mile).
Work is the natural thing to do. Henry Ford, at the Dearborn Library bearing his name.
Bo Blue. Bo Schembechler, as seen in Ann Arbor’s Painted Alley.
Surprisingly straight-ahead and mainstream for one of the few remnants of counter culture still left in Ann Arbor, the Painted Alley on East Liberty.
Schembechler is remembered in more permanent form at the University of Michigan football headquarters, which bear his name, Schembechler Hall.
Unions: A movement for the masses. At the Walter Reuther Library at Wayne State. Detroit.
A bullet never lies. Detroit’s North End, part 3.
A bullet never lies. Definitely one of the more disturbing pieces of art I’ve seen around.
Who’s that man behind the hoodie? Someone whose mother, significant other, and children love very much. It makes me sad that me, wearing this, is enough to convince some that I’m a scary man, the kind you cross the street to avoid. Shouts out to Mark Cuban.
Running into destiny. As seen on Oakland and Smith.
It’s so cold in the D. Even for an ice cube.
Marcus Garvey. As seen off East Grand Boulevard.
Who Is Detroit? Anyone who calls themselves a Detroiter, that’s who.
Falling Colors. As seen at East Grand Boulevard and East Milwaukee.
Black Bodies. As seen off Oakland.
Creative Explosion. Detroit needs about 600,000 more of these, one for every resident. As seen on in an art hub on East Baltimore.
STAY. Will you? Would you? For how long? Enough to raise your kids, or just long enough to tell people how Imported From Detroit you are?
Henry Ford said you could have the Model T any color you want — so long as that color was black. Under a bridge on John R., Detroit