Greater Greater Washington

Murals in the Flickr pool

Here are our favorite new images from the Greater and Lesser Washington Flickr pool, showcasing the best and worst of the Washington region. Do you know where these murals are? If so, tell us in the comments.


P St, Georgetown. Photo by Erin.


Photo by nevermindtheend.


Photo by caroline.angelo.


Photo by caroline.angelo.


Photo by nevermindtheend.


Brookland. Photo by penguinef.

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Aimee Custis is a policy wonk by training and an advocate by profession. In addition to serving as the managing editor of Greater Greater Washington, by day Aimee manages communications at the Coalition for Smarter Growth. Also a photographer, she photoblogs at aimeecustis.com

Comments

The third mural is just south of the corner of 12th and W Sts NW. The fourth is on the corner of 12th Pl and W St NW. My hood is well represented!

Relatedly, does anyone know if the 12th and U area was ever referred to as Cardozo (like how the Shaw neighborhood got its name from the school, I believe) or does the name in the metro stop only refer to the high school?

by 7r3y3r on Oct 25, 2013 2:23 pm • linkreport

Second mural is on the north side of New York Ave between 6th and 7th NW.

Last mural is at the dance studio in Brookland next to the artist live/work building.

by Michael H on Oct 27, 2013 7:46 pm • linkreport

Can anyone recommend a place to find a mural artist?

by Col. Brentwood on Oct 28, 2013 2:44 pm • linkreport

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