Slap Tag Sticker Bombs in Modica Way, April 2016

Hooded lady painting on a sticker. The obscured caption said something about Cambodia:
hooded lady sticker modica way cambridge

Boombox dude die-cut sticker:
boombox dude slap tag sticker

A well-appointed lady in yellow. The vandalism has been vandalized; she has been given devil horns and a trident:
yellow lady sticker bomb modica way cambridge

Don’t Touch… slap tag sticker by Princess Poison:
dont touch sticker princess poison

circles strips lady head profile sticker

Baked Panda slap tagger sticker. We’re seeing this one everywhere in Boston:

Sun Lives Long sticker bomb. Max Coleman’s SLL theme is a recurring one here, which is also featured in some of the large wall murals in and around Modica Way. SUN Lives Long promotes respect and awareness of all flora, fauna, and wild places of the earth. Explore, plant, conserve, & protect. Website: Max Coleman Design FB: Sun Lives Long on Facebook

Worldwide Psychos sticker:

Silly Robot hand-drawn on a Priority Mail label:

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Bao Nation Asian Buns and Dumplings | Graffiti and Wall Mural

Bao Nation Hot Asian Buns and Dumplings is located in a back lot adjacent to Modica Way near Central Square in Cambridge. The wall mural on the storefront facade was probably commissioned (Brandalizm); the graffiti and art on the side wall and rooftop probably were not.
bao nation wall mural cambridge ma

Brandalizm artist signature.

Side wall and rooftop consumed by art and graffiti.
bao nation graffiti wall modica way cambridge

A closer view of the rooftop.
rooftop street art bao nation central square cambridge

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Dyze Graffiti Mural by Dominick Zheng

We caught artist Dominick Zheng – a Harvard student who grew up in Boston’s Chinatown and Roxbury Crossing neighborhoods – in action putting the finishing touches on this “DYZE” graffiti piece on a beautiful day in April.

graffiti spray paint cans

The finished product:
daze graffiti modica way cambridge ma

Location of this piece: Modica Way near Central Square in Cambridge.

You can see more of Mr. Zheng’s art and photography work on his website at

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