Posts tagged graffiti.
Suburban kids’ graffiti #graffiti #nj #abandoned #suburbia (Taken with instagram)
My favorite local spot #graffiti #nj #abandoned (Taken with instagram)
Ghouls and Goblins. #graffiti #nj (Taken with instagram)
Thanks Nellena, I love getting amazing pictures #graffiti #nyc #brooklyn (Taken with instagram)
NoHo, you already KNO DOE #nyc #graffiti #noho (Taken with Instagram at NoHo)
Taken with Instagram at Liberty State Park NJ Transit Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Station
Port Newark, industrial beauty. There’s something so beautiful and fragile about the Port, I love it there. I have a habit of going there Thursday mornings before I start work. Behind these concrete walls are massive gasoline storage tanks. During a disastrous event, in a split second, this area could all be gone because of all the hazardous materials it houses. Something about that fragility always attracted me to this neighborhood.
From my series “TRNZ”. Photos by Jaimecito Barron
I’ve been watching trains pull out of the depot, pulling ther freights and passenger cars since I was a child. It is always so amazing to me, watching the earth rumble beneath them. “When you’re too big for toys then I guess the real thing will have to do”.
During winter break I’m getting back on graffiti. Now I’ll be going to new territory, I’ll go exploring Camden and Philly for graffiti. I need to find an excuse that’ll keep me away for a whole day since parents don’t approve of my Camden graffiti plans. I’ve been dying to start a new series about graffiti. I feel like I’ve explored majority of Newark’s graffiti, it’s time to move to uncharted graffiti. And I need need need to plan a visit to Queen’s 5pointz, it’s a graffiti mecca around these parts.
I started my Newark Graffiti Post Project. For a while, I’ve been driving around Newark looking for graffiti. Today, with my cousin’s help and camera, she helped me start. There’s so much beauty in Newark that people don’t see, I’d like to show it to them. It’s one of my favorite cities.
I can’t believe I actually carried through with this project, I started March 12, 2011. There’s still a lot that I haven’t photographed or even seen.