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Photo Gallery: street art in Flint

Photo Gallery: street art in Flint

Gracie Warda, Online Editor in Chief

March 3, 2020

The city of Flint plays host to a number of street artists, many of which like to use buildings as an artistic medium. Check out the gallery below to see a small portion of this artwork. ...

Opinion: Graffiti is art, not vandalism

Opinion: Graffiti is art, not vandalism

Gracie Warda, Online Editor in Chief

February 20, 2020

While walking down the streets of the northeast side of Flint, through the boarded, burnt and barren houses, a passerby may notice the plethora of street art lining the roads and buildings. Portraits of Frieda, murals of children and families, classic graffiti and more bring color and life into Flint...

Opinion: Graffiti is vandalism

Opinion: Graffiti is vandalism

Emmy Johnson, Writer

February 20, 2020

Kansas City Park and Recreation center spent around $130,000 on city clean up for graffiti in 2012; nationally each year city park and recreation centers spend $12 billion on cleaning up graffiti from neighborhoods, parks and train tracks according to the U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Under ...

Award winning artist resides at Fenton High

Andrea Elsholz, Features Editor

May 20, 2019

Combining technical skill with abstract creativity, junior Claire Grob holds the spotlight this month as the InPrint’s artist of the month. “Claire is an extraordinary artist,” art teacher Kristin McDowell said. “She is really amazing with a variety of materials. She has good technical skil...

Artist of the month: Noelle Nixon

Nixon’s piece, The Butcher.

Taron Masi, Online Editor

April 8, 2019

At times when senior Noelle Nixon is hanging out with her friends, she has a moment of pause. She takes in the moment and finds artistic inspiration as a result. “I get artistic inspiration from really odd things in my surroundings, like how certain people act,” Nixon said. “When I’m ar...

Senior Amanda Jackson turns people into fish with art

Senior Amanda Jackson's art rendition of the American Gothic painting.

Bree Soule, Writer

December 4, 2018

After working for three hours, senior Amanda Jackson created a piece of art inspired by the American Gothic painting. She replaced the husband and wife with two octopi named Herald and Gretchen. Jackson got encouragement from friends and family who thought she had a talent which inspired her to create ar...