Nevermorton

Artist: Leslie Fuquinay Miller

Neighborhood: Hamilton

Location: Harford Road at Gibbons Avenue

Year: 2021

Status: Active

Materials Used

Stencil and paint

Background

Nothing’s more Baltimore than E.A. Poe’s “The Raven,” and I’m a huge fan of the bad pun. So Morton Salt got a literary boost on this salt box christened at St. Dominic’s Church.

Salt Rim

Artist: Leslie Fuquinay Miller

Neighborhood: Hamilton

Location: 5201 Harford Road (Harford at Batavia)

Year: 2021

Status: Active

Materials Used

Paint and glitter

Background

I had some glitter lying around and one last piece of wood. I thought it was time to salt a margarita glass. It’s especially satisfying in front of a church.

Sugar

Artist: Leslie Fuquinay Miller

Neighborhood: Beverly Hills

Location: Walther Avenue at Montebello Terrace

Year: 2021

Status: Active

Materials Used

Paint

Background

Domino Sugar is decidedly a Baltimore institution, like the salt box. Here, salt gets a sweet makeover with the help of the Domino logo. And who hasn’t swapped the salt for the sugar one too many times?

Salt Boh

Artist: Leslie Fuquinay Miller

Neighborhood: BOHverly Hills (get it?)

Location: Walther Ave. and Montebello Terrace

Year: 2021

Status: Active

Materials Used

Paint on plywood

Background

National Bohemian Brewery began making what I unlovingly call “Nasty Boh” in 1885 in Baltimore. Apparently, it’s only drunk in Baltimore, too, which makes sense. But the beer and Mister Boh graphic are so much a part of this city that turning BOX into BOH was a cheap and easy pun.