Just south of New Center, a forgotten railroad alleyway has been cleared out, cleaned up, and made to be one of Detroit's more vibrant collections of street art. Fisher Canyon recently made its public debut during the Detroit Design Festival, showcasing the months of work by Lincoln Street Art Park, Blue Cross/Blue Shield volunteers, and environmental education group Green Living Science. Fisher Canyon features paintings by Detroit artists Fel3000ft, Malt, Patch Whisky, J. Lapham and Carl Oxley III. The entrance to Fisher Canyon can be found at a railway overpass on Lincoln Street, just south of its intersection with Trumbull.
· Narrow Railroad Alleyway Now Open as "Fisher Canyon" [Curbed]