The graffiti writer’s love for Priority Mail 228 labels is that which a locavore has for a fresh bunch of backyard arugula.
It can be challenging to make art of any kind that asks people to engage with hard and heavy and ugly issues, but if you look for it there are artists everywhere taking it on.
These vibrant works of art will be allowed to exist without the threat of eradication.
A Mass graffiti martyr resurrects for his debut solo show
A few choice picks of the local visual art splendor that awaits you through spring.
“Everybody who touches it, especially Bostonians, are almost moved by the fact that it’s something more permanent,” Price says of her book’s appeal. “I think that people are moving back towards paper.”