Category Archive for 'Streetcar Photos'

Steve Mickle’s Café du Monde Beignets

Steve Mickle’s “Café du Monde Beignets” is located, appropriately enough, at Café du Monde on Decatur Street in the French Quarter. It’s sponsored by Allen Square.

Laura Cotaya’s A Streetcar Named New Orleans

Sponsored by and located at 925 Common Luxury Apartments, Laura Cotaya’s car is a vision of fleur de lis and everything else that defines New Orleans.

Chris Kaiser & Lindsay Glatz’s Good News Express

Living in the heart of the Marigny in Washington Square is Chris Kaiser & Lindsay Glatz’s “Good News Express.” An ode to the kings of everything  media, it’s sponsored by marketing/public relations firm Deveney Communications (artist Lindsay Glatz is member of the Deveney team).

Monica Tyran’s Raven

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is the home (and sponsor) of Monica Tyran’s streetcar entitled “Raven.” Monica is part of Ya/Ya (Young Aspirations/Young Artists). YA/YA and Rontherin Ratliff were behind another car, “Creative Energy on Track,” located at One Shell Square on Poydras.

Anna Hilderbrandt’s Louisiana History Comes Alive

Artist Anna Hilderbrandt is on the staff of The Historic New Orleans Collection, where her Napoleon-driven streetcar, Louisiana History Comes Alive, is located inside the courtyard at The Collection’s 533 Royal Street headquarters.

Will Smith Jr.’s Gravier Street Streetcar

Will Smith Jr. ( has a third streetcar at 534 Gravier Street, sponsored by Republic.

Lori Gomez’s Lee Circle Streetcar

Lori Gomez’s latest entry is sponsored by the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation. It’s on Lee Circle and gets to be admired by everyone on the big boy streetcars going around the circle all day.

Lori Gomez’s D’autres Mangent Pour: Nous Vivons Pour Mangent

Lori Gomez has her latest car (her fifth-a record!) at the Ernest M. Morial Convention Center. Appropriate to its name, “D’autres Mangent Pour: Nous Vivons Pour Mangent”  (others eat to live: we live to eat), the streetcar resides in the center’s Atrium Café. (final photo by Lori Gomez)

Gerry Claude’s Throw Me Something Mister

Gerry Claude’s second streetcar is called Throw Me Something Mister (her first car, Jazzy Ride, is here). It’s located on the riverfront, right outside of the Imax theater at the Aquarium of the Americas.

Sharon Young’s Lakeview: There’s No Place Like Home

Sharon Young is the artist of this whimsical car entitled “Lakeview: There’s No Place Like Home.”   This car is located in front of, and sponsored by, Little Miss Muffin at 766 Harrison Ave in Lakeview.

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