Chris By: Chris


Baltimore's BELIEVE program is a community outreach program thats supposed to get people off drugs and get them jobs and generaly empower them. Instead, It's become a joke. People make their own versions. This one was made by MICA ( Maryland Institute College of Art ) Student.

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  • djune 10y

    very good idea! I see the stickers all around town & on cars...doesn't look as if the program is working though?
  • Chris 10y

    I agree, but I can't take credit for it. Unfortunately, I don't even know the artist. It was recovered from the garbage in the alley. It's amazing the things art students throw out! It was a very creative idea, and if any viewers know who the artist was, let me know.
  • zizzybaloobah 10y

    You really must add this to the Believe pool!
  • nothingness410 4y

    Alien Workshop Skateboards back in the 90's had black and white skateboard graphic (one of the 1st) that had an Alien and under it " BELIEVE" with lines under "LIE" area. Baltimore's BELIEVE campaign was started in 2002 by O'Malley and Mr. Shamrock.. Same time (2002) I saw "BELIEVE" with "LIE" in red by a local street artist/skateboarder. He never attended art school and the graphic was on a tee shirt in 2005 at local Pramus and S.O.C Skate Shop(s). But it is just a word in a word and there are many others out there within our words. This is not a piece by that artist/skateboarder, maybe this artist had "influence" maybe not....
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