The Story Behind Milwaukee’s New Murals

Perched in a lift nine stories above the foundation of the P.H. Dye House in the Third Ward, the internationally acclaimed German artist Case Maclaim looks completely relaxed. He dips his brush into a bucket of paint as casually as commuters far below him might dip doughnuts into their morning coffee. Maclaim, whose given name is Andreas Von Chrzanowski, had planned to spend the[…]

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The Power of Street Art

Special thanks to the Milwaukee Independent, Lee Matz and Dominic Inouye for an amazing in-depth piece about the new NoMAD Wauwatosa mural arts corridor that Wallpapered City just curated for the Wauwatosa Tourism Commission! Read the article here >> With interviews of all the artists, beautiful photos, and lots of great details, we enjoyed reading and re-reading it! Thank you so[…]

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The Violent Femmes video

As Program Director of Black Cat Alley, I used to get a lot of calls from people asking permission to shoot senior pictures, or wedding poses, or even local music videos. I wasn’t terribly surprised, then, when I got a call asking for information on protocols from a local music producer who was working with a band on an upcoming[…]

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New Murals in Wauwatosa

OnMilwaukee writes, “Black Cat Alley is headed west!” Wallpapered City‘s Stacey Williams-Ng, the force of artistic nature that helped make the East Side mural walk an amazing reality, is working with the Wauwatosa Tourism Commission on a series of murals on exterior walls in the East Tosa neighborhood, along West North Avenue near 68th and 69th Streets, near such popular neighborhood businesses[…]

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