Sam Husseini is an artist and writer currently living in Riverdale, Maryland, outside of Washington, D.C. 

His writings and commentary on art and architecture include: "Art Worthy of Howe's Mothers Day: Maxo Vanka's Murals," (2012) "The Street Credo of Keith Haring" (CounterPunch, 2012); "The Republican Co-option of Frank Lloyd Wright" (2012); "Holocaust Memorial Day and Yellow Snowflakes" (CounterPunch 2016); "Architects, Artists Weigh In On The Metro Paint Brouhaha" (DCist, 2017, by Rachel Sadon). Some of his other writings -- mostly political -- are here. Email is samhusseini at gmail.com. 

His prior art projects include CompassRoses.org.

Some photography on flickr. Some work Instagram.