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New Logan Hicks YouTube Vids

I added a new batch of Videos to YouTube and my blog LoganHicks.com. Over the past year, I have been video taping various events, but I have neglected to upload them the internet. Doesn't do much good if you
don't get a chance to see them, so I finally got off of my ass and uploaded these mother suckers. This is my first crack at video editing, so enjoy the fumblings of a novice video jockey.
Here are the videos and the URLs:

Logan Hicks installing art at BLVD

Logan Hicks in South Africa

Stencil Artists Represent at Nuart Festival, Sep. 6

The Nuart Festival was initiated in 2001 and follows the ethos behind the Nu teams desire to provide a regional annual platform for national and international artists who operate outside of traditional gallery systems.The event aims to stimulate debate by challenging entrenched notions of what art is and can be by celebrating the production of progressive contemporary urban art and street culture in the 21st century.

Nuart 2007 is our most ambitious yet, a truly international line up of artists have been invited to Stavanger to produce what promises to be one of the years most outstanding “urban art” events. From legendary and much respected pioneers such as Blek Le Rat and Charles Krafft to relative newcomers Slinkachu and Wordtomother, Nuart 07 explodes across mediums and the city from the central show based this year at Stavanger’s main Museum of Fine arts, Rogaland Kunstmuseum.

Visiting Artists include

AROFISH (UK), BLEK LE RAT (FR), DFACE (UK), NICK WALKER (UK), M-CITY (POLAND), LOGAN HICKS (USA), DOLK (N), SIXTEN (SWE), RENE GAGNON (USA), CHARLES KRAFFT (USA), HERAKUT (DE), EINE (UK), KNGEE (JP), WORDTOMOTHER (UK), PØBEL (N), MIR (N), THE DOTMASTERS (C6), KAROLINA SOBECKA (USA), SLINKACHU (UK) TRISTAN MANCO (UK)

Final Call for Submissions to Stencil Nation

heya stencil citizens,

So the deadline for submissions looms, and I just went through my personal photo archive. Many sections of my book are overflowing with great photos. Many thanks to those of you who sent me some great photographs. I hope to get as many of them in the book as possible.

Many of the categories I sent the call out for are full. I've also come up dry on a few topics that I want to include in the book.

Maybe you all can help out.

What I still need:
1. photos of people in a class learning/doing stencil art, teachers teaching stencil art, etc.
2. photos of stencils on gallery walls
3. beginner photos (no one has stepped up to represent the newbies)
4. Top 5 How To tips (short and concise) to make a great stencil
5. Any historical photos from before 1990 (have a few artists representing, but nothing from the late 1970s protest movements that used stencils)
6. Photos from Oaxaca, Mexico

If you have any photos, or a Top 5 How To, please send it over as soon as you can.

contact me at stencilnationbook[at]stencilarchive[dot]org for uploading instructions. Please only submit no more than two images per category.

Thanks to everyone who's tried to plow through the long call I sent out a while back!

Russell

Bikes and Stencils, a Perfect Match

Janet Attard
By Sarah J. Hamilton
Photography: Janet Attard
Go here for original Momentum magazine article

Toronto-based artist Janet Attard (a.k.a. “Janet Bike Girl”) didn’t expect to forge a career out of bicycle stencilling. Attard worked for textile-industry giant Brunschwig & Fils in the mid-1990s, and immersion in the graphic artistry of textiles cultivated her eye for stencilling. What began as a stencil side project (“the bicycle concept”) eventually became her full-time passion. “It’s funny. It seemed like a limited concept at the time, but the more I get into it, the more I realize how limitless it could become,” Attard tells me in her downtown studio at Spadina and Richmond.

Save Tire Beach in SF!

From the Stencil Archive inbox:

Graffiti fans scorn cove cleanup efforts

Jonathan Curiel, San Francisco Chronicle Staff Writer
Friday, August 3, 2007
Original article with photos

Warm Water Cove is a park on the southern waterfront of San Francisco that doesn't get much traffic from tourists, or even San Franciscans. It does have a devoted group of regulars, however - dog walkers, musicians who enjoy the acoustics, and graffiti artists who have transformed walls into a cacophony of scribblings and images.

Large Stencil Archive Update for Aug. 1

Whew. Getting a bit behind on the ole' Stencil Archive. Too much going on, but I haven't forgotten you all!

Maya has been filling up the submissions inbox with many great photos from the difusor meeting in Barcelona. More to download and process, so for now, enjoy these new Archives:

difusor

bandint and machina
dildo society
fragil
fremantle and sten
nin9
ripo
sten

New Archives and multiple submissions from:

the strangers and their "She Loves the Moon" stencil story.
Basel photos from pixnit's show
A new Iranian archive from artist Ck1
New photos from bbc in Germany
Pulled some more great stencil photos from IMC's coverage of Oaxaca's resistance movement.
New photos from Artful Dodger

Single and Double submissions from:

koleszar
Madison, WI
Minneapolis, MN
a bike stencil from Portland, OR
a Texas submission from Vacant Artistry

click away and have a great month.

Visit KiM's at Seattle First Thursday Art Walks

Come Visit our booth at

The Seattle First Thursday Art walks

in Pioneer Square

(Downtown)

AUGUST 2, and SEPTEMBER 6, 2007
Noon: Vending begins ( we will be setting up about 5pm ish, have to work)
10:00 PM: Vending ends; take-down begins

Peat, a Stencilbilly, and a Corporation

Guilt-ridden plug for a soft drink I don't endorse, but man is Peat Wollager's video funny as hell or what? I grew up with real hillbilly's so this is a gut-buster, I tell you what.....

You may of heard this Spring/Summer I collaborated with Mountain Dew on a Limited Edition Bottle.

Well...they also had me create a Stencil Video inspired by the design.

Peep out the new store...buyart.stensoul.com

A Novel Idea: Stencil artists tell a love story on sidewalks. Read it while you can.

A few corrections, just regarding the bits about me:
• I took my first stencil photo in 1995, and then dozens more when I moved to San Francisco in 1997.

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