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Jef Aerosol a Marseille

JEF AEROSOL à Marseille

- mercredi 20 novembre à 18h : rencontre - signature des ouvrages "Parcours Fléché" (éditions Alternatives / Gallimard) et "Risques de Rêves" (éditions Critères) à la friche de La Belle de Mai / librairie Salle des Machines (41 rue Jobin, Marseille) http://www.lafriche.org

- jeudi 21 novembre à partir de 18h 30 :
vernissage de l'exposition "Les deux font la paire" (Jef Aérosol et Nicolas Rubinstein) à la galerie David Pluskwa Art Contemporain (53 rue Grignan, Marseille) http://david-pluskwa.com

- depuis le 1er novembre : "Deep Eyes" (8 grands formats de Jef Aérosol) exposés au Pavillon M (Place Villeneuve-Bargemon, Marseille) http://www.pavillon-m.com

- samedi 23 novembre de 15h à 19h : performance "live painting", Jef Aérosol intervient sur le M/U/R (modulable, urbain, réactif), panneau 3 x 5 m géré par l'association Juxtapoz  (angle cours Julien / rue Crudère, Marseille) http://lemur-marseille.tumblr.com

Stencils in the Shadows: Two Artists on a Mission

Stencils in the Shadows: Two Artists on a Mission
Devin Holt, SF Weekly
link: http://blogs.sfweekly.com/exhibitionist/2013/11/stencils_in_the_shadows_...

The house on San Jose Avenue was perfect. There was plenty of sidewalk out front, and enough light to see clearly from the streetlamps overhead. With a couple of quick glances up and down the block, the pair set to work. They laid their handmade outlines down on the sidewalk, adjusted them to assure proper alignment, and then pulled out a spray can. The stencils were painted with a few quick hisses, and everything was packed back up in less than a minute.
Three messages now looked up from the sidewalk. "Tu Casa es Mi Casa," "The New Mission: Haute yet Edgy!" and "Tenants Here Forced Out."

The house wasn't chosen because of its ample sidewalks, but because of the occupants. It was the home of René Yañez, a Mission district artist known for his work at Galería de la Raza, and for bringing the famed Dia de los Muertos celebration to San Francisco. Yañez is currently facing an Ellis Act eviction.

It's places like this, pivotal scenes in the city's ongoing culture wars, where "Stripe" and "Estrillata Jones" leave their stencil art.

Rob Ford Crack Video Found on Toronto Sidewalk

Thanks to long-time stencil fan Tino for sending this evidence over.

Stencil Archive is currently looking for the proper VCR to play this tape, so we can sell clips to news corporations and blow the money on a new Tesla. 

Soldiers Tag Military Base in Kandahar; Vet Wants to Publish a Book

23 Nov.: the Aqueduct Murals (NYC)

Legal Dept: Techies Developing Apps to Fight Graffiti

Just a few examples from a simple Google search:

Graffiti Buster: http://www.troyweb.com/graffiti-buster/
Since the days of Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire, graffiti has adorned the walls of our urban neighborhoods. In modern times, spray paint and marker pens have become the most commonly used graffiti materials. Graffiti is a quality-of-life issue that can result in costly cleanup and lowered property values. It generates the perception of blight. The appearance of graffiti is often perceived by residents and passers-by as a sign that a downward spiral in a neighborhood has begun, even though this may not be true.

The Graffiti Buster App was created as another tool to combat blighting graffiti in our neighborhoods. With the app, the reporting of graffiti is now streamlined, providing all needed information directly to municipal authorities. Reporting graffiti for cleanup is now as easy as a snap of a photograph and push of a button!

San Francisco: On the SF311, (http://www.sf311.org/index.aspx?page=797) you can submit requests for:
Abandoned Vehicles, Graffiti, Illegal Postings, Street or Sidewalk Cleaning, Streetlight Repair, Blocked Sidewalk or Space, Damaged Public Property, Litter Receptacle, Park Issue, Sign Repair, Street and Sidewalk Defect, and Tree Maintenance.

Fresh Uploaded Images on the Stencil Archives: 19,200+ and Counting

Fall is here, so gather around the ole yuleTubes and peep some new stencil flicks.
Music during uploading proudly performed by: NoMeansNo and A Minor Forest

Banksy's Better Out than In: the NYC Collection
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/Europe/European_Artists...

France (thanks Karen)
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/Europe/France

Arizona (just one)
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/USA/Arizona

Georgia, USA (an advertisement, but cool water stencils….)
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/USA/Georgia

Northern California (thanks Xsacto and Raven)
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/USA/California/North_Ca...

South Carolina (thanks Nikki)
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/USA/South_Carolina

>NEW< Iain Barnes (FL)
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/USA/Artists_USA/Iain-Ba...

>NEW< CK1 (California)
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/USA/Artists_USA/CK1-Cal

>NEW< Icy and Sot (NYC)
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/USA/Artists_USA/Icy-and...

Columbia, So. America (thanks Raven)
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/The_Americas/Columbia

>NEW< Crisp (CO)
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/The_Americas/Artists_of...

>NEW< NTC (CO)
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/The_Americas/Artists_of...

Eclair (as read in the SF Chronicle)
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/San_Francisco/Artists_i...

Scott Williams
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/San_Francisco/Artists_i...

Clarion Alley (happy 21st birthday)
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/San_Francisco/ClarionAlley

Haight St. and Divisadero St.
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/San_Francisco/Haight_Di...

The Mission
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/San_Francisco/The_Mission

Valencia St.
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/San_Francisco/Valencia_St

Financial Dist. (just one)
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/San_Francisco/SoMa_Fina...

Richmond Dist. (just one)
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/San_Francisco/Sunset_Ri...

Western Addition (just one)
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/San_Francisco/Western_A...

Other SF locations
http://www.stencilarchive.org/archives/index.php/San_Francisco/Other_SF_...

Exclusive: An Interview with Banksy

By Keegan Hamilton Wednesday, Oct 9 2013

http://www.villagevoice.com/2013-10-09/art/banksy-better-out-than-in-new...

"Confidential."

That was the beguiling subject of an e-mail seemingly randomly addressed to the Village Voice in mid-September.

"I represent the artist Banksy," the message began, "and I would like to talk to you at your earliest convenience." The name and phone number of a British publicist followed. There were no further details or explanation. It was mysterious and intriguing. The secretive graffiti artist had been silent since last year, when his distinctive stencils appeared in London during the Olympics. Because Banksy rarely grants interviews, the cryptic message also felt like the prelude to an elaborate practical joke.

A few minutes of sleuthing confirmed the identity of the publicist, Jo Brooks, who represents several British artists (not to mention Fatboy Slim), and turned up evidence of her professional relationship with the elusive stencil master. A subsequent message from Brooks revealed more: a draft of a press release announcing that Banksy was on the verge of unveiling an audacious new project: The artist intended to create one new piece on the streets of New York each day in October, a "unique kind of art show" titled "Better Out Than In." Billed with the tagline "an artists [sic] residency on the streets of New York," the show was to include "elaborate graffiti, large scale street sculpture, video installations, and substandard performance art."

Brooks promised the Voice an exclusive interview with Banksy, who "feels an affinity with people who provide quality content for free on street corners."

Elusive graffiti artist accessorizes for work

Original (with photos) here: http://blog.sfgate.com/cityexposed/2013/10/06/elusive-graffiti-artist-ac...

“She found us. She came in here and asked for permission. She’s taken over,” said Anissa Malady, the center’s librarian, who has watched the artist’s work evolve for the past two years.

“She is definitely a San Francisco eccentric,” Malady said. “I’ve never seen any other street artist in high heels.”

She’s known as Eclair Bandersnatch – the last name is a fictional creature in several Lewis Carroll works, elusive and hard to catch. They’re traits that San Francisco’s Bandersnatch also possesses.

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