http://www.12ozprophet.com/forum/showthread.php?t=101674&page=266 turdle Turdle is one of the most infamous taggers in the city. Guess what his calling card is?
The Caves of Detroit <ul><li>In Detroit there is an area known as "the cave." This area is located on the East side of Detroit near Eastern market. It runs along the underpasses of the St. Aubin railroad cut, which long ago ran from the Suburbs into Downtown Detroit. Long since abandoned, this area is home to some of the best graffiti art in the city. Most of these artists are unknown as this is unsanctioned graffiti. Most pieces last for only a short period of time before they are replaced with someone else's vision. I chose what I thought were some of the most unique and artistic examples. </li></ul>
Mural in Corktown Corktown is an area of Detroit that was settled by Irish immigrants in the early 1900's. It currently has one of the most artistic populations of the city. This is an example of one of the murals in the area. I chose this example because of the way the artist portrays modern day people in relationship to the indigenous people of the area. http://adrianplatts.com/jpegs/Detroitv/bikeblog/art.htm#graf
Located at Kercheval and Burns, this is a great example of graffiti with a clearly defined message. http://adrianplatts.com/jpegs/Detroitv/bikeblog/art.htm#graf