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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.
stikman, one of the most elusive and fascinating street artists active today, has given us 10 of his 2015 stikman calendars to give away.
Part of an installation from “Banksy vs the Bristol Museum” Ugh… Another day, another ridiculous article about Banksy about to go viral.
Photo that was posted to the @banksy instagram account Yesterday’s terrorist attack on the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris has led to an outpouring of tributes from visual artists worldwide.
This past fall, moderately anonymous street artist and pun extraordinaire Hanksy did something pretty surprising by launching a sort of online travel show on YouTube, sponsored for some reason by The Hundreds and Squarespace.
Curiot’s piece for La Familia at Thinkspace Gallery. Photo courtesy of Thinkspace Gallery. This week folks in LA and NYC have reason to celebrate with two historic shows opening in those cities.
Between Brad Downey and Fra Biancoshock, sculptural interventions are some of the more interesting things happening on the street right now. Toni Spyra is an Austrian based German artist, whose work involves the impractical modification of public space. His indoor work is equally cheeky, and reminiscent of work by the Dufala Brothers.
Partially buffed Barry McGee mural at Bowery and Houston (the buff marks cover more red tags). Photo by Andrew Russeth.
Conceptual street artist Escif is in the midst of an already very successful crowdfunding campaign to produce his first book, titled ELSEWHERE.
I’d just like to share a statement and a few images that I got from Brad Downey a few days ago: This year, a speech delivered by Putin declared, with lips split by a smile, the purpose of Crimea’s annexation as, “protecting the interests of the Russian-speaking population in Crimea.” This absurd oversimplification undermines the reality of the actions that took place.
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.
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.