Who’s ready to explore more of Dozer’s Warehouse? I know I am! If you read Part One then you know I’m talking about enjoying the 103 pieces of street art gracing the walls of a soon-to-be-torn-down building here in Seattle. And by walls, I also mean floors, doors, ceilings…you get the idea!
They say that eyes are the windows to the soul, so how about we dive in through a few faces?
Gregory is actually more known for his puppets than his street art. That’s not a sentence you get to write every day!
Graffiti was also a big part of this show. I posted one of Jaber’s pieces last time; he was most definitely not flying solo:
You could be forgiven for thinking you were in a fanciful zoo rather than an art exhibit…
Ok, there were SO many more amazing pieces, but I don’t want to overwhelm everybody. Having said that, I do have to add juuuust a couple more. Sorry, I can’t resist.
If these have inspired you and you’d like to see more, here are links to all my previous posts on street art and graffiti we’ve found around the world!
- Panama City, Panama
- Cuenca, Ecuador (one)
- Cuenca, Ecuador (two)
- Santiago, Chile
- Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Cape Town, South Africa
- London, England
- Reykjavik, Iceland
- Mt. Vernon, WA, USA
- Barcelona, Spain (one)
- Barcelona, Spain (two)
- Amsterdam, Netherlands (one)
- Amsterdam, Netherlands (two)
- Our House in Seattle
- Dozer’s Warehouse, Seattle, WA, USA (one)