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Who doesn’t love popsicles? You? If you don’t love popsicles, maybe you work at JCDecaux (and even if you do work at JCDecaux and claim you don’t… we all know you still love popsicles.
Escif at night. Photo from Escif. Escif and Blu just wrapped up two murals each at Errekaleor, a self-managed neighborhood in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain that’s been around since 2013.
Been slow on updating Vandalog lately, and I’m realizing it’s because I’ve spent so much of this year focused on curating and project management, and that’s meant that writing has taken a backseat.
“Today I Touched My Queer Body Until It Became Cathedral” by Jess X Snow in Kailua, Hawaii. Photo by Chad Shomura.
Brake by Dosjotas. Photo by Dosjotas. Who doesn’t like something a bit weird and surprising on the street?
Good Guy Borris, Mick La Rock, RJ Rushmore, Mathieu Tremblin, and Jasper van Es in Eindhoven. Last month, The Grifters’ Good Buy Boris and I sat down to chat about graffiti and the internet (or, as Boris would call it, the “internetchki”). We all know that internet is changing the way culture is created and consumed.
mobstr. Photo by Bablu Miah. I just discovered a list on my phone of headlines for fake/satire street art articles that I wanted to write a few years ago, but never found/created a satire art site to pitch it to.
As just about anyone reading Vandalog will know, Banksy has opened up a hotel in Bethlehem, Palestine.
At first, graffiti writers wrote on walls to get their names up. Then, they wrote on trains because those trains traveled all over the city, and got their names up all over.
When Women Disrupt Tour. Photo courtesy of Tatyana Fazlalizadeh. I just want to take a moment to applaud Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, Jessica Sabogal, and Melinda James for their When Women Disrupt tour, where Tatyana and Jessica traveled through California, Arizona, New Mexico installing a series of bold murals (with Melinda documenting the process).
GATS in Little Italy for The L.I.S.A. Project NYC. Photo by Rey Rosa Photography/The L.I.S.A. Project NYC, Inc.
Chicago artist creates a mural of Michelle Obama and debate is sparked, but not for the usual political reasons https://t.co/HMD454YE0X pic.twitter.com/y3CJddiW1f — CNN (@CNN) April 30, 2017 Editor’s note: This guest post is from Cedar Lewisohn, a writer, curator, and artist whose work and words I’ve followed for nearly a decade.
As much I’ve enjoyed the anti-Trump stickers that have been making up a healthy portion of my Instagram posts lately, they’re pretty basic: Trump sucks.
Roa in London, taken around the time I was interviewing him for Very Nearly Almost. Sad news to report: Very Nearly Almost, the UK’s premier magazine covering street art/graffiti/muralism…, is shutting down after 10 years.
Andrew H. Shirley’s Wastedland 2, which premiered last year in Detroit, is headed on a west coast tour.
Pat Perry‘s latest mural really is stunning. On Instagram, Pat captioned the work, “trying to keep the vision during these unraveling times.” We do have to keep trying, whatever the odds, and I love that Pat has referenced the importance not just of science, but also of art, craft, and creativity in preserving and replenishing our natural environment.
Something timely from Vlady. All my best to my friends in the UK tonight… Photo by Vlady RJ Rushmore for Vandalog | Permalink
The opening to a new McDonald’s ad featuring murals in Bushwick. Many artists are feeling betrayed this week, as they realize that their art has been used without their permission in a McDonald’s advertisement, apparently thanks to the cooperation of The Bushwick Collective’s Joe Ficalora.
Graffiti Taxonomy by Evan Roth. Photo by Lisa Boughter. As regular readers probably know, I recently curated an exhibition about the tools and strategies of graffiti for the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery at Haverford College. ALL BIG LETTERS closed on Friday.
When did pointing out the primary message of the Statue of Liberty (which was immortalized as a poem used to fundraise for the statue and then installed next to it) become an act of protest?