Category Archives: street art

Back In The Saddle (driving around the eastern suburbs)

A storm was moving in.  I did not know it, as the sky looked blue and it felt more like March or April than early February. I had been real low and confused about things over the past few days. … Continue reading

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Sunday Afternoon (driving around town)

We drove 40 miles to eat brunch. I ate lunch. Funny thing because I am a lover of brunches and brunching. But this time I ate lunch. Perhaps the drive wore me out. We went for a mother-in-law birthday gathering. After … Continue reading

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StreetFolk Poems In The City (Jogger 5K)

I recently made some street poems and streetfolk signs for an event called Jogger. It was a 5k in Atlanta sponsored by Edgar Allan and Monday Night Brewing. They had different types of art along the course. Jon Cole from … Continue reading

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StreetPoem Update (my tooth hurts)

My tooth hurts. The tooth that is long and pointy and looks like a dog tooth. Maybe on some people it looks like a rat tooth or a wolf tooth but mine is like a small dog tooth. So, the … Continue reading

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The Weather Channel and BlackCatTips (meet Samsung)

photo by Bryan Schroeder Hi. Just wanted to share some news. I have teamed up with The Weather Channel and Samsung to help develop a new weather app available for Samsung’s new smart phones. They wanted to show some BlackCatTips … Continue reading

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Street Poems and a New Year

I have been out on the roads talkin‘ again. Are you listening?   — kyle

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Extry Sauce (streetfolk on the way home)

After painting on a wall today, I stopped by the grocery store. I saw my friend Dave Whitling . He looked at my grocery basket and said “You must be making a pasta dinner.” I said “Yes, I have a lot … Continue reading

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Pelican Oh Pelican (beach folk art)

I spent thanksgiving on the gulf coast of Florida —Spent some time in Panama City. I went there as a kid but it was interesting to go back again. I think I like it better in the off-season. I don’t … Continue reading

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Signs On The Country Roads (constantly moving)

1. I found out some friends are moving to Amsterdam. 2. I was told a friend of the family has lived his last day. 3. I see a photo of children I know that now look like adults. 4. I feel … Continue reading

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Wings + Legs (A one armed cajun man)

The well spring has run dry. There is no more water a flowin’. Time has run out and run down. The clock just ticked the last click.  They looked down in the dark well and saw a skeleton. (I have … Continue reading

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