Murals

How typography can reveal the culture of a place

This city is just your type. Typography is all around us, hiding in plain sight. The color and precise fonts used for street signs has...

Facetime: How Germantown’s newest mural brings the community together

Here's a bit of quirky Germantown history for you: If you look closely at the roof of the cinderblock warehouse building housing Ackerman Millworks at...

Shelby Park celebrates its newest mural, Sunshine & Shadow, by artist...

There is no shortage of public art in Shelby Park. Over the past few years, murals have been steadily popping up all over the...

Three Points to celebrate the old Louisville Cotton Mill with a...

Three Points is growing! The neighborhood group remaking the confluence of the Germantown, Shelby Park, and Schnitzelburg neighborhoods where they all touch at the...

These billboards in Jeffersonville aren’t hocking cheap gas, rather they connect...

Jeffersonville Main Street, Inc. has begun installing its latest art project, a series of billboards affixed to the sides of buildings in the Southern...

Interview: Jennifer Chappell talks community, tactical urbanism, and her Three Points...

Jennifer Chappell's Three Points initiative aims to transform the intersection of three of Louisville's most well-known neighborhoods—Germantown, Schnitzelburg, and Shelby Park. The underutilized and largely...

Three Points shows how small-scale urbanism can make a big impact

There's no lack of interesting urban developments in the River City this fall. Whether you’re excited about the new Hill Billy Tea on Baxter Avenue...

Now & Then: Butchertown’s Buchanan Street

Thanks to a tipster for sending in this great photo of road work on Buchanan Street looking south from Franklin Street taken in 1983....

Bus Station Opens On Floyd Street At U of L

The University of Louisville has opened what might be the nicest bus station in the city. Tucked under a parking garage on Floyd Street...