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)
Wonderful! Maybe this will encourage Seattle to allow more street art. And, hey, who was that so cool dude in the first photo?
I have to say, Seattle has been getting more and more street art every time I look, particularly down in the SODO and Georgetown areas. You won’t find anything downtown, but the surrounding neighborhoods are slowly filling up with color! And I’m happy to pose next to any piece that wants me to. Hah!
Fascinating and fun to look at.You’ve opened my eyes to many forms of art I had not thought about, Thanks.
Love to you both
Thanks, Henrietta! I so enjoy getting to relive the art by creating these blogs. We’ll do our best to keep them coming!
Love to you, too,
Yep. Loved it.
I’m so glad you noticed Dozer’s Warehouse and sent along the notice. We’d never have come across it without you, and our artistic eyes would be poorer for it! Thank you!!!