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“the beauty of un-advertising” by VladyArt in Catania, Italy Got a few things that caught my eye recently, so I’m going back to the old link-o-rama format for a day: A group of anonymous artists installed a bust of Edward Snowden at a park in Brooklyn, but the piece was almost immediately taken down by the city.
#RexisteMX, an anonymous collective of Zapatista-trained activists with a focus on using street art may at first appear to be your standard street artists with a political message, but that’s not quite right.
Censored mural by Ericailcane. Photo by RexisteMX. Editor’s note: This is a guest post from the anonymous artist/activist collective RexisteMX.
Krito. Photo by UrbanPresents The Jardin Rouge is an artists’ residency center located in Morroco, near Marrackech, at the foot of the Atlas Mountains.
Aïda Gómez saw a deteriorating wall in the Berlin subway and thought what we all think when we see a city’s infrastructure falling apart: “This is terrible.
For years, I’ve followed the saga of Cash For Your Warhol, the Boston-based art experiment that’s been bugging art collectors, confusing the general public, and entertaining the street art world for years.
How have I not seen this before? Am I the only one? Rainworks is a series of street art pieces by Seattle-based artist Peregrine Church that will only appear when the ground is wet.
Screenshots from Swipe Left So you’re swiping right and swiping left, swiping left and swiping right, swiping right and swiping left… Tinder is a practically mindless activity, at least anytime I’ve ever seen someone use it.
Okay, I know I should be publishing more than just ad disruptions, which seems to be all I’m writing about lately in one way or another, but this piece that BR1 and Elfo did in Istanbul just made me smile and I couldn’t not post it.
mobstr cuts through the crap with these latest ad takeovers. If you like what you see, here’s a link to mobstr’s online shop.
SOFLES – Photo by David Russell I was going to wait for my Jan/Feb post which is coming very soon, but this can’t wait and deserves its own post.
Today I’m very pleased to announce Common Thread, a solo show from stikman. It opens March 6th at Philadelphia’s LMNL Gallery, where I’ve been curating shows for the last six months or so.
The Bushwick Collective. Photo by Mr Seb. What do Bushwick, Chicago, and Detroit all have in common? Their mural cultures are under threat.
A screenshot from Bob-omb, featuring stills of art by James Kerr (Scorpion Dagger) and Dave Whyte. Wow.
Cane Morto (Italian crew) How can one not fall in love with Lisbon! When you walk the streets of this city, in tourist areas or less known places, you see art everywhere.
WOW! It’s been way too long between posts! I feel bad that I’ve not been sharing all the goodness that is Melbourne over the last few months, so here’s a catch up of what I’ve missed and other cool stuff happening in and around Melbourne.
An illegal wildposted advertisement for Street Art Throwdown in Philadelphia, torn down and thrown in the trash.
This weekend, a particularly forward-thinking yet historically mindful street and and graffiti exhibition opens at Long Island University.
An ad for PublicAccess, I suppose Ever wanted to place your own messages into bus shelter advertising kiosks?
“we are all Charlie”, by Jef aerosol. Weapon, artist unknown. “JE SUIS CHARLIE.” I am sad, I am angry.