Photography & Arts Section: Live, Laugh, Love
What’s love got to do with it?
Everything, of course! Michael Owen, an artist at Maryland Institute College of Art, proves this sentiment as he softens the hard edges of the city’s heart with the Baltimore Love Project. The ongoing effort has adorned urban buildings with twenty murals that spread the message of the mushy feeling, reminding us that true happiness lies in understanding, respecting, and caring for one another.
We find love in the subtle things in life- beauty never goes unnoticed. It is because of life, laughter, and love that we present these pictures to you for our first issue. Enjoy!
Submitted by Tyler Fitzpatrick: 'How can a journey begin with no forward motion? Somehow, this still train reminds us that time is constantly moving even if we aren't.'
What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls a butterfly. -Richard Bach. No creature captures the meaning of metamorphosis—and the beauty of change—more completely than the delicate insect.
Uncharacteristically quiet for a Saturday night, York Road has long been the nightlife destination for many Baltimore students. Few, however, have visited the Senator, an Art Deco theater that ranked as one of the nation’s best places to see a classic movie in 2003 by USA Today.
Embodying the notion of patience, many students could benefit from nature’s lessons of perseverance and community as they spread their wings in the next chapters of their lives.
Straightening caps and smoothing out tassels—last minute touch-ups before the heading into the auditorium- Graduation Day.