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Blu goes black, bufffing his own work in Berlin


Photo by Dario-Jacopo Lagana Last week, Blu shocked Berlin by orchestrating the removal of two of his own iconic murals, including a mural that was at one point a collaboration with JR.

Community amongst excess in Wynwood


Inside of Wynwood Walls. Photo by Katie Wheeler. “Dude, those drips look so sick!” That’s what I hear on my way to 2nd Ave in Wynwood.

In Shoreditch, Part II: Faith47, Satterugly, Rone, Hottea, Bicicleta, Jimmy C, Ben Slow, Roa, Martin Ron & Skeleton Cardboard


South African artist Faith47 and to her right Mexican artist Satterugly This is the second post featuring some of the walls that I recently saw in Shoreditch, the East London neighborhood that is increasingly attracting artists from throughout the globe.

108 solo show in in Grottaglie


Angelo Milano, founder of Studiocromie and FAME Festival, is one of the most brilliant crazy people I know.

STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING: stikman is releasing his first book today!


Just in time for the holidays, I am thrilled to announce the release of the first book from the elusive artist stikman, entitled SIGNS, published by my new art book project Dirt Worship Publishing.

In Shoreditch, Part I: Phlegm, Alexis Diaz, C215, Run, Stik, Pez, David Walker and Matt Adnate


Sheffield-based Phlegm As Shoreditch, an inner city district in London’s East End, continues its transformation from a working class neighborhood into London’s most creative hub, its walls attract not only the best of its local artists, but those from across the globe. Here are a few  images captured on my recent visit — more to come!

A new space for digital exhibitions


Ryan Seslow Today, artist Ryan Seslow and I launched Encrypted Fills, a new digital exhibition space and archive for creations at the intersection of digital art and street art.

Across four countries: A travelogue with NDA


Last month, New Jersey-based artist NDA arrived back in his city from an extensive trip across four countries: Norway, England, Spain, and Portugal.

Supplemental materials from Nuart


±maismenos± at Nuart One of the great things about Nuart is the content that gets created around the festival.

Perfect takeover


Not much to say, except, of course, that this ad disruption is by VladyArt. Photo by VladyArt RJ Rushmore for Vandalog | Permalink

Bringing drone strikes home with a rubber stamp


Take out your wallet and look at the images on the paper money that’s (hopefully) inside. What do you see?

Happy Halloween from Pøbel

This new piece from Pøbel was painted on what I can only assume was Halloween on Tokyo. I’m sure he’s not the first to use this particular strategy (hell, it’s pretty well established that Banksy uses a tarp set up), but still, I love watching how this piece goes up: Quickly, calmly and easily, with the simplest camouflage.

Below government radar, street artists discover the people’s permission


Nether. Photo by Nether. In Baltimore, where every water is uncharted, street art has navigated its own course. What began as a covert creative expression of artistic imagination by individual street artists has matured to become an important force that binds artists and neighborhoods.

AIDS Crew refresh a Philadelphia garage


Click to view large Earlier this month, four members of AIDS Crew came together in Philadelphia’s Brewerytown neighborhood to paint a mural on the backside of a tucked away, but not so little, garage.

Link-o-rama


Gane and Texas in Philadelphia Sorry if some of these links are a bit dated, but hopefully they’re still interesting: Don Leicht, the original Space Invader, has a exhibition of his work on now at Mary Colby Studio & Gallery on City Island in the Bronx.

Link-o-rama


Gane and Texas in Philadelphia Sorry if some of these links are a bit dated, but hopefully they’re still interesting: Don Leicht, the original Space Invader, has a exhibition of his work on now at Mary Colby Studio & Gallery on City Island in the Bronx.

“Cabane à sucre”, or how a private jam turned into the “place to be” in Montreal


EnMasse, MissMe, Waxhead, Kevin Ledo. Photo by Adida Fallen Angel. Over the summer, TurtleCaps, an artist originally from Queen, New York but now based in Montreal, organized a massive transformation of an abandoned building in the center of Montreal.

The two sides of Nuart


Maismenos This year was my third time visiting the Nuart Festival. I went first in 2009 as a tourist, returned in 2012 to participate in Nuart Plus (the conference portion of the festival) participant, and finally this year participated in and helped a bit to plan Nuart Plus.

DEGA Films’ final Wild In the Street episodes: featuring ELLE and Royce


DEGA Films consistently does an outstanding job in their documentation of New York street artists. Their series Wild In the Streets covered NDA, Enzo & Nio, Jilly Balistic and Mr.

DEGA Films’ final Wild In the Street episodes: featuring ELLE and Royce


DEGA Films consistently does an outstanding job in their documentation of New York street artists. Their series Wild In the Streets covered NDA, Enzo & Nio, Jilly Balistic and Mr.


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