A papercut artist from San Francisco, CA.
Vanessa Platacis (b. 1973, United States) earned an MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts/Tufts University. She is an artist and a professor at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, GA. She has exhibited her work in solo and group exhibitions throughout the world, including venues in Boston, Cambridge, Los Angeles, Miami, New Mexico and France as well as the Scope Art Fair in Basel, Switzerland. Platacis creates large-scale painting installations in site-specific locations using a variety of media. Her work investigates the relationship between painting, performance and installation. She previously taught at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and has been a guest lecturer at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston and the
New England Institute of Art.
is an artist/stencilist from germany
is also known as tim young
was born in 1972 in bad oeynhausen, germany
grew up in minden, germany
currently lives in bielefeld, germany
cut his first stencil sometime around 1988
became obsessed with stenciling in 2002
turned grey in 2007
Around 4am on November the 29th 2004, I was taken into custody by Montreal Police after having been caught ‘red handed‘ (or in my case "yellow handed" as I was using yellow paint that night) in the act of painting a Christmas ribbon at the intersection of Rachel and St. Denis, Montreal, Quebec.
Hamburg stencil pirates.
aka R-ash... has always been in close contact with street art since 2005 going out with A1one and being close to Kolahstudio outdoor art projects beside indoor research projects.
Since the early 1990s, my work has involved the creation of conceptually based sociopolitical screen-printed posters, imagery and art activism. I embrace the hand of the artist and technology — carrying this philosophy through my process. In my work, I comment on the American dream and the subsequent gap between it and reality. My
work also addresses racial identity, pop culture, politics and underlying social behaviors historical and current which continue to shape American society.