Press Release: Houston Artists Create “Gateway to the World” Mural in Support of Houston’s Bid to Host 2026 FIFA World Cup
HOUSTON (June 10, 2021) – The Houston 2026 World Cup Bid Committee, in collaboration with Houston Airports, will begin painting a 10,000-square-foot “Gateway to the World” mural at William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) in support of Houston’s bid to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup. Houston’s airports are a strength and asset in the city’s 2026 FIFA World Cup bid.
A Day in Houston’s Graffiti Park
A day spent in the Houston Graffiti Park leads one through the vibrant, familial daylight hours to the raucous night bursting with energy that matches the works on the walls surrounding it all.
Addicted to the Art: Tarbox
Houston-based street artist Tarbox comes clean about living through heroin addiction and how he found salvation through street art.
Down in Deep Ellum: Streets, Music, and Art in the Soul of Dallas
Down in Deep Ellum, all the street’s a stage; all the walls, a canvas. A historically Black community-turned-haven of hardcore punk-turned-hub of bourgeois peccadillo, it’s always been the locus of the local art scene.
The Revolutionary Power of Street Art: Dallas BLM Protests
Texas-based writer Trace Miller explores how Dallas street artists are speaking truth, sparking dialogue, bringing healing, and advancing the revolution.
“A Train’s Coming…” – Parallel Rails
Erika discusses the dynamics of freight train graffiti and her own Texas-based zine, Parallel Rails.