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garden: I like the cartoon/pop arty feel and the colors. It reminds me of other Philadelphia murals

garden: I like the cartoon/pop arty feel and the colors. It reminds me of other Philadelphia murals

In 1994, Isaiah began working on the Magic Gardens in an empty abandoned lot close to his art studio.  He spent the next 14 years digging tunnels, building walls, and creating extensive murals on every square inch of the place.

In 1994, Isaiah began working on the Magic Gardens in an empty abandoned lot close to his art studio. He spent the next 14 years digging tunnels, building walls, and creating extensive murals on every square inch of the place.

garden: I like the cartoon/pop arty feel and the colors. It reminds me of other Philadelphia murals

garden: I like the cartoon/pop arty feel and the colors. It reminds me of other Philadelphia murals

Louboutin. Verging on the ridiculous with heel height.  Make that super ridiculous.

Louboutin. Verging on the ridiculous with heel height. Make that super ridiculous.

julius irving mural philadelphia...I remember when they did this, I thought that was my grandpop LOL

Philly tour highlights African American murals

julius irving mural philadelphia...I remember when they did this, I thought that was my grandpop LOL

Joanna Ference - Lipstick Stains Identity is in the details. Inspired by Irving Penn‘s cigarette series, photographer Joanna Ference collects cigarette butts from female friends and strangers, documenting them with candid intimacy in “Lipstick Stains”. The cigarettes act not only as still lifes, but portrait studies of their owners, each vivid color and smear acting as clues to the femme fatale behind the smoke. Through the series, Ference explores phallic symbolism when captured in a…

Joanna Ference - Lipstick Stains Identity is in the details. Inspired by Irving Penn‘s cigarette series, photographer Joanna Ference collects cigarette butts from female friends and strangers, documenting them with candid intimacy in “Lipstick Stains”. The cigarettes act not only as still lifes, but portrait studies of their owners, each vivid color and smear acting as clues to the femme fatale behind the smoke. Through the series, Ference explores phallic symbolism when captured in a…

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