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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.

Review: “Don1, the King from Queens” by Louie Gasparro


Note from the editor: Just want to say thanks to my friend Jay “J.SON” Edlin (author of Graffiti 365) for writing this book review on a topic that he’s much better educated on than I.

This summer Droid 907 is Sick of Society


Sick of Society by Droid 907 A little over a year ago, I interviewed Droid 907 for the release of his first SOS zine, Sex or Suicide.

Dont Fret about Fulton Market


A note from RJ: I want to thank Dont Fret and Anna Cerniglia for putting this interview together. I’ve been a fan of Dont Fret’s work for a while, but since since latest show was really about a Chicago neighborhood that I’ve only very briefly visited, I asked him to find a local friend who might be able to have a conversation with about the project.

Dont Fret about Fulton Market


A note from RJ: I want to thank Dont Fret and Anna Cerniglia for putting this interview together. I’ve been a fan of Dont Fret’s work for a while, but since since latest show was really about a Chicago neighborhood that I’ve only very briefly visited, I asked him to find a local friend who might be able to have a conversation with about the project.

Capacity for violence: 0


A timely reminder from Vinchen… The piece is called Capacity for Violence, and over on Vinchen’s website, you can download the sticker template for your own use.

Capacity for violence: 0


A timely reminder from Vinchen… The piece is called Capacity for Violence, and over on Vinchen’s website, you can download the sticker template for your own use.

This app turns the NYC subway system into an art gallery


NO AD beta-testers and friends of Vandalog, Luna Park and laserburners I should be working on something else right now.

This app turns the NYC subway system into an art gallery


NO AD beta-testers and friends of Vandalog, Luna Park and laserburners I should be working on something else right now.

Skewville + Dscreet + two dead rats

Later this month, the new DUBL TRUBL collective is going to be having their first exhibition. It will be at Urban Spree in Berlin, and it opens on September 18th.

Link-o-rama


Unknown artist in Philadelphia Loving my time so far at the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, but it’s definitely more than a 9-5, so it’s time for me to play catch up yet again… Speaking of the Mural Arts Program, I am really pleased to say that we now have a major Shepard Fairey mural in Philadelphia.


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