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Thanks so much - Russell
Nicole Bengiveno/The New York Times
The evidence is the bright green and purple splashes of paint that
began appearing on walls in Brooklyn and Manhattan more than a month
ago. The carefully aimed blobs obscured or disfigured dozens of pieces
of street art created by people who may not be household names, but who
have achieved the esteem of peers and some recognition from the
mainstream art world. The targets of the paint attacks have included
posters, paper cutouts pasted on walls, and images stenciled on the
sides of buildings.
One more photo upload before I catch a jet outta this crazy country!
Lumi, from Northern California, sent three submissions recently.
Another batch of my photos from last year's NYC trip.
Two grabs for the media section, one being a 1940s stenciled Nazi sign.
Stuff from San Francisco:
A batch from the Mission District.
Some photos from SoMa and the Hotel Des Arts.
Enjoy & look for more next month!
!!! Hey All !!!
I thought I'd send everyone a list of my upcoming shows if anybody can make it that would be great (all current shows are running the full month listed). Thanks to all for your support in the past; the show at the Shearwater Gallery in Seaside, OR will be the last one on the coast as we're moving to Seattle soon! Yeah!
Thanks again -KiM McCarthy
Visit my website soule5675.mosaicglobe.com/
Wanna meetup in London? Cairo? Jerusalem? I'll be on a March Mini-Tour in those cities, with 2 GB of camera memory to fill up with tasty stencil flicks.
Sooooo, my household finally welcomed in the 21st Century via cable internet! My options for being online have really sucked in the past 3 months (cafes, stolen wifi, friend's houses, etc.) so now that isn't an issue.
Just passed 6400 photos as well, so thanks again for all your submissions and hits and visits.
This squid ended up in front of Laughing Squid's birthday party venue.
This kitty showed up on Geary St. here in San Francisco.
Found another one from 2+2=5.
Another batch from the Mission District here in SF.
Another chunk of my NYC photos from last year.
onwards to 6500!
La WCA expose aux trois chapeaux
La WCA c quoi? Une universitÃ© libre du pochoir crÃ©Ã© par Artiste-ouvrier en 2005 Ã l'instigation de deux
jeunes pÃ´choiristes IS BACH et 6 LEX.
Le 4 mars Ã 18h, dÃ©couvrez nos nouvelles toiles avecdeux autres invitÃ©es surprise!
Fresh stuff from the backlog, with a few single submissions:
Thursday, February 8, 2007, 6-10pm
Ad Hoc Art (www.adhocart.org)
49 Bogart St., Brooklyn NY 11206
Justseeds.org and Visual Resistance present a one-night benefit art show and sale at Ad Hoc Art, Thursday February 8, 2007.
There will be an exhibition of artists supporting the transformation of Justseeds into an artist owned and run collective. Art by Justseeds artists and friends will also be on the sale, with prices starting at $2. The show will also be the NYC release of the Street Art Workers (SAW) poster project.
The show will feature over 30 artists from NYC and around the country, including: Swoon, Chris Stain, Josh MacPhee, RB827, Christopher Cardinale, Michael De Feo, Kristine Virsis, Elbow-Toe, GoreB, Imminent Disaster, k.see, Nicolas Lampert, Meredith Stern, Cristy Road, Pete Yahnke, Icky A., Claude Moller, Colin Matthes and many more.