Several abandoned phone booths in Somerville have been repurposed as art boxes. This project is sponsored by Nave Gallery and Somerville Arts Council.
This one, titled “The Dreamaway”, by artist Martha Friend, is located on Highland Avenue, about a block and a half down from Davis Square.
See more of this artist’s “Found Object Art” at her website: MarthaFriend.com.
The authors (Christine and Adrien Verret) spent several years photographing every mural they could find in an around Boston. Over 400 of the photographs are compiled in this book, along with location info for those who would like to go and see any particular murals with their own eyes.
1st edition, hardcover, 11.3 x 8.6 inches, 238 pages
Photographed on September 9, 2017 (the art in Modica Way, Cambridge’s “Graffiti Alley”, changes almost daily). Artist unknown.
Freshly finished as part of a series of murals that were installed in the new Underground At Ink Block Park, where a parcel of land under the elevated I-93 in South Boston was transformed into a public park with art murals and elaborate landscaping.
See more of this artist’s work at CeyAdams.com.
Photographed on August 21, 2017, just minutes before the wall was whitewashed to make way for new art. (The vertical blue and yellow tinting is from the sun shining through a stained glass awning over the alleyway). Artist unknown.