Public Artist Graham Coreil-Allen standing in a crosswalk surrounded by pavement art
Three young black men on bicycles wait to cross Auchentoroly Terrace

Katie Puckett, Active Travel: The Park that Became an Island, The Possible, January 2022

Public Artist Graham Coreil-Allen standing in a crosswalk surrounded by pavement art

Ethan McLeod, How Graham Coreil-Allen Uses Public Art to Slow Down Cars, Baltimore Magazine, September 2021

Pop-Up Projects for Massachusetts Safe Routes to School cover page

Pop-Up Projects for Massachusetts Safe Routes to School, Massachusetts Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Program, May 10, 2021

Reverberations Crosswalk #2

Ben Stone, Making Streets Safer, Forecast Forward, February 2021

Design for Distancing Curblet Commons

Edward Gunts, Design for Distancing aims to bring life back to public spaces left dormant in lockdown, The Architect’s Newspaper, July 1, 2020

Design for Distancing Ideas Guidebook cover

Design for Distancing Ideas Guidebook, Baltimore City & Neighborhood Design Center, June 29, 2020

Big Jump preview

Alex Holt, Baltimore’s “Big Jump” path aims to bridge highways and historic wrongs, Greater Greater Washington, November 21, 2019

Barclay STEM Crosswalks preview

Sean Doyle, Bringing art and culture to the street, Smart Growth America, October 28, 2019

Footprints Crosswalk

Daniel C. Vock, As Pedestrian Deaths Spike, Feds Take on Fanciful Crosswalks, WIRED, October 23, 2019

Graham Coreil-Allen and Ms. Dee leading a Big Jump walking tour

Graham Coreil-Allen, The Big Jump and Urban Planning History in Druid Hill Park, Maryland Humanities, September 5, 2018 radio/podcast story

Baltimore Sun Artscape cover photo of Choose Your Own Adventure beach balls

Jonathan M. Pitts, Art you can touch / Artscape crowds resilient in face of heavy rain, early closing, The Baltimore Sun, July 21, 2018

2016 Baltimore City Mayoral Candidates at Citizen Artist Baltimore forum

Citizen Artists, MICA Commotion, Fall 2016

Hopscotch Crosswalks Colossus footprints

Anne Marie Chaker, Cities Want Young Families to Play and Stay, The Wall Street Journal, August 15, 2014

Man jumping across Hopscotch Crosswalks Colossus

Eyder Peralta, Something Cool: A ‘Hopscotch Crosswalk’ In Baltimore, NPR: the two-way, December 3, 2013

Screenshot of 99% Invisible podcast episode Names vs The Nothing web page

Roman Mars & Sam Greenspan, Names vs The Nothing, 99% Invisible, PRX, August 6, 2012

Graham Coreil-Allen leading walking tour

Ned Cramer, Ed., Spontaneous Interventions, ARCHITECT, August 2012