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Thanks so much - Russell
A film by HANDi
With new work by Bumblebee
8239 2nd Street
Downey, CA 90241
Reception: Sunday, August 19, 2012, 6pm (Screening wil commence at 7pm.)
Carmichael Gallery is pleased to announce a special screening of the new documentary short Bumblebeelovesyou, a visual profile of Los Angeles-based artist Bumblebee. Presented by The Downey Arts Coalition, Bumblebeelovesyou was produced by HANDi, a team of Downey-based filmmakers.
There will be a reception and screening at the Epic Lounge in Downey on Sunday, August 19, 2012, followed by a discussion on the documentary and the growing art scene in Downey. A series of new works by Bumblebee will also be on view.
FEATURING ARTWORKS FROM:
GOLDIE - BANKSY -
DAVID WALKER - INKIE -
CHRIS BRACEY - FIN DAC
K-GUY - MAU MAU -
SCHOONY - REMI ROUGHE -
BEN ALLEN - PINO
PURE EVIL - COPYRIGHT
CALM & COLLECTED
LILLIWEN - KID ACNE -
KASHINK - WILL BARRAS -
RYCA - BEN SLOW
CHU - STEFF - PLAETZ -
ZEUS - MYSTERIOUS AL -
... and more: http://www.urbaninibiza.com/urbaninibiza4/
Anyway, at last CRASS ART AND OTHER PRE POSTMODERNIST MONSTERS by GEE VAUCHER has been published and is now available. Calverts have done another great printing job, though it’s pretty weighty to post, (but then it’s not a lightweight book), but we hope you think it is worth ordering.
There are quite a few new books in the pipeline that we hope to have published by the end of the year.
First we are aiming to have a new book by autumn from
PENNY RIMBAUD - 3rd STREET BLOCKADE - Miles in the Corridor
A poem of wide, wise and confronting beauty inspired by a recent visit to NYC.
Wish this virgin traveler a save journey, may he find that elusive golden fleece he is searching for.
Working Hollywood: Tony Roche
The designer finds wallpaper design fascinating, and he's created a special one for 'X-Men: First Class.'
June 12, 2011|By Cristy Lytal, Special to the Los Angeles Times
For some, staring at wallpaper is as much fun as watching paint dry, but not for designer Tony Roche, who created a handmade silver leaf wallpaper on display in the 1960s-set mutant superhero saga "X-Men: First Class."
"I have to say, sometimes when you mention to people wallpaper, they glaze over slightly," he said. "It's a bit like saying you're interested in spotting trains. But it surprises me how beautiful wallpaper is, when a lot of people think of it as being rather domestic and boring. It's often seen as one of the lesser arts, but there's some great skill and creativity within it."
"Most kids used to cover their schoolbooks in brown paper, but because my dad was in the decorating business, I used to cover mine with wallpaper," he said. "And I actually think that was an influence on me in a strange way. I quite liked the mathematics of pattern and repeat. And also the precision appealed to me — the fact that it could be loose but precise."
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mtn 94 and stencils, that's it.
Is a Nationally known mixed-media artist, street artist and photographer based in the Bay Area of California half of the year and Miami Florida for the winter art season.
Global Street Art is two guys from London - Lee and Dan. Over the course of our lives we want to build a permanent, museum dedicated to street art and graffiti [sometimes has stencils. - Russell] - both online and in bricks and mortar. Yep, seriously.
I just pulled up this old HappyFeet Communique email, dated April 2, 2002. Thought it would be fun to repost, especially since I haven't really celebrated this site's 10th Anniversary.
Prior to putting the photos on this web address, my blog www.happyfeettravels.org hosted Photoshop-created albums of the early archives (some photos from that era, tiny postage stamps to save size, still exist on to this day). It got too big for the blog, so I moved it over here.
I new stencil mural just went up along the Wiggle (a popular bike route) in San Francisco's Lower Haight neighborhood. The specific corner is Haight and Pierce. I bike by the mural often, so saw it in progress. Todd Hanson happened to meet the folks prior to my meeting them. After taking some in-progress photos, I caught Kate at the wall with another person. They were adding some of the last stencils to the bottom party running along Haight St. She said that the main portrait is of Kenya's Nobel laureate Wangari Maathai. All the other folks in the mural are locals from the Lower Haight neighborhood. And Kate says that she had help on the wall, especially the free spray parts.
I moved my first three photos over to a new Archive for Kate. I went ahead and added the nine new photos of the finished mural to the archive.
Romanowski and myself appear to be the only folks that stencil murals. Glad to see a new one in the mix!