The Washington, DC area may be most well known for being the home of the politicians and government officials, but theirs more to the nations capital than what you might see everyday on the news. But the city is also home to some of the he countries most creative and talented artists, photographers, designers, models, and graffiti artists.
On Saturday the best of the best from DC and Baltimore will be joined by hundreds of artists across the country for a networking event like no other called the "Graffiti Warehouse" hosted by the Rosenfeld Organization.
“Graffiti Warehouse" started in 2010 as a way to give graffiti artists an outlet to practice their craft and share their work without having to break the law.
Now the event has become so popular in the art community it takes place four times a year and draws some of the countries most talented and well known graffiti artists.
The event takes place at Graffiti Alley, a 14000 square foot warehouse in the Baltimore Arts District.
According to the Rosenfeld Organization's website,
"Graffiti Alley is the only legal art space in Baltimore City where street artists can create their work freely without fear of prosecution. This innovative space helps keep young artists much safer and avoid confrontations with the law while indirectly saving Baltimore City for graffiti cleaning which costs over $300,000 per year."