Over the past three years, Baltimore’s Open Walls project has livened up the city with murals painted on the sides (and fronts!) of city buildings.
The best way to appreciate this flourishing street art project is to drive (or bike!) around the city and appreciate the murals face-to-face. But if you’re strapped for time, or out of town, or lazy, you’re in luck: The Open Walls project has recently been added to the Google Street Art collection, Baltimore Magazine reports.
Poking around Google Street Art will show you amazing projects from Bogota to, well, Baltimore–it’s a great way to get excited about the third Open Walls project, which is likely coming next year.
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