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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.
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.
NO AD beta-testers and friends of Vandalog, Luna Park and laserburners I should be working on something else right now.
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.
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.
“Mikado nest”. photo by Mathieu Connery From May to mid-July, Mathieu Connery aka 500M painted several murals on sidewalks for the second MURAL festival edition.
“Sand White in 3D” by Zoltan V. and Kevin Ledo When I started to explore Montreal a few years ago, with my own very European background, it was a real pleasure to discover the possibility of walking across a city with the feeling of not being in an urban environment.
Anthony Lister Wow. I have been falling behind on Vandalog lately. I’ve been just a little bit busy at the Mural Arts Program.
Troy Lovegates at work in Atlanta This week the annual Living Walls Conference is taking place it Atlanta.
ROA. Photo by ROA. I’m back after a brief blogging hiatus. I’ve been meaning to post my review for this great event that happened back in April over in Western Australia for a while now… Leaving a cold wet 17 degrees in Melbourne, I was pretty damn excited to fly to Perth on the 10th of April, right in time for the grand finale of PUBLIC by Form Gallery in Perth, Western Australia, which I posted a preview of a while ago.
Photo by RJ Rushmore Invader recently released his own iPhone app, but it’s a lot more than a glorified eBook or an artist edition rebranding of standard drawing app.
Labrona and Gawd’s mural in Montreal. It’s not really a surprise if I tell you that Labrona is one of my favorite artist in the Montreal art scene… I could probably say he is my favorite.
Photo by RJ Rushmore Last summer, I was visiting London and came across the above piece by mobstr in Hackney Wick.
This Tuesday, Carnage NYC will be releasing a print with Ian de Beer, aka HERT, a writer that anyone keeping an eye out in NYC will certainly be familiar with.
For several years now, the Woodward Gallery Project Space on Eldridge Street has been one of the Lower East Side’s visual highlights, showcasing works by an impressive range of artists from veteran graffiti writers to street art-stencil masters.
“World Police State Champs” by Shepard Fairey. Photo courtesy of OBEY Clothing. Some recent works by Shepard Fairey and Os Gêmeos have caught my eye, for essentially the same reason.
Cement cast sculptures of outdated aerosol cans, July 2014. At the age of 11 I fell in love with graffiti.
MTO for the Stencibility festival in April 2014. Photo courtesy of Marika Agu and Sirla. Today we have a guest post from Marika Agu and Sirla, two organizers of the Stencibility festival in Tartu, Estonia.
Original drawing by Ali Rezai Australian street artist Peter Drew recently installed a series of wheatpasted drawings on the streets of downtown Adelaide, Australia.
Painted by Gaia in broad daylight in Baltimore’s arts district Gaia would like to know, who is creative placemaking?