Explore Detroit Michigan, Street Art Graffiti, and more!

Explore related topics

MARC NADER

Detroit’s not your average arts capital — and that’s what makes it great

Detroit Institute of Arts: Detroit, MI | © Onasill ~ Bill Badzo/Flickr

Why You Need To Visit Detroit As Soon As Possible

If you're a young artist looking for an affordable city to live and be creative, look no further.

Retweet Detroit (@retweetDetroit) | Twitter

Retweet Detroit (@retweetDetroit) | Twitter

Little Caesars Arena --  Detroit Legends

The newest edition to the all-new Little Caesars Arena is what Olympia Entertainment is called spirit murals installed on the north face of the arena.

Retweet Detroit (@retweetDetroit) | Twitter

Detroit artist Charles McGee is photographed in front of his sculpture "United We Stand" – Photo Salwan Georges, Detroit Free Press

Retweet Detroit (@retweetDetroit) | Twitter

Retweet Detroit (@retweetDetroit) | Twitter

Engraved print showing city life in Detroit, along Woodward Avenue. Circa late 19th century. From Peculiarities of American Cities, by Willard Glazier. 1883.

Engraved print showing city life in Detroit, along Woodward Avenue. From Peculiarities of American Cities, by Willard Glazier.

Retweet Detroit (@retweetDetroit) | Twitter

Retweet Detroit (@retweetDetroit) | Twitter

Retweet Detroit (@retweetDetroit) | Twitter

Artwork by the street artist known as Swoon can be found throughout Detroit, including at the Detroit Institute of Arts and Library Street Collective, as well as in newly commissioned murals.

Retweet Detroit (@retweetDetroit) | Twitter

Retweet Detroit (@retweetDetroit) | Twitter

Sander’s in on the corner beneath the striped awnings. To the right on Woodward is the Fisher Block containing Marratt’s Photograph Gallery and Central Drug Store. J.L. Hudson’s is next door. Along Michigan are the Eagle Art Gallery, Photographs; Sol. S. Bateson and Brother, Tailors; John W. Fox, Real Estate and Fire Insurance; Elias Abelle, Real Estate and Fire Insurance; McNamara and Siford Signs; and the Hotel Cadillac.

Sander’s in on the corner beneath the striped awnings. To the right on Woodward is the Fisher Block containing Marratt’s Photograph Gallery and Central Drug Store. J.L. Hudson’s is next door. Along Michigan are the Eagle Art Gallery, Photographs; Sol. S. Bateson and Brother, Tailors; John W. Fox, Real Estate and Fire Insurance; Elias Abelle, Real Estate and Fire Insurance; McNamara and Siford Signs; and the Hotel Cadillac.

Retweet Detroit (@retweetDetroit) | Twitter

Retweet Detroit (@retweetDetroit) | Twitter

Walk in it! DONE! Thanksgiving Day 2003 Thanksgiving Day Parade, Detroit, MI (formerly Hudson's Parade)

Walk in it! Thanksgiving Day 2003 Thanksgiving Day Parade, Detroit, MI (formerly Hudson's Parade)

Pinterest
Search