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“For years now, I document street art in Berlin and other European metropolises like Paris, London, Barcelona and Madrid. What I learned is, when you are deep in that multicultural and highly creative public art scene, you want to get in touch with its protagonists, with the people behind those sometimes funny or political street artworks. You want to know faces, want to see how they work, want to feel the adrenalin...” ( Brenna 2010 )
deappropriationproject.net is the third archive of the (de)Appropriation Project: the continuing documentation of a wall fronting the jail cells of the former Mission Police Station at 1240 Valencia Street, San Francisco.
The wall as a resource for a range of disciplines has become more evident over time. As a dynamic artifact, time has been a key aspect to understanding its value. The range of imagery and subjects seems to be unlimited, triggering considerable dialog with neighbors and colleagues. As new cultural issues arise, the archive expands to incorporate them, becoming a living record of our culture and concerns.
The Dirt Floor is a Street Art website dedicated to surfacing the best
in street art, graffiti, stickers, stenciling and underground culture.
A community for creative minds
We have donated our office door to www.twelvedoors.com to use, abuse, deface and delight over the next twelve months. Twelve artists each control the door for 1 month. The Door Art is transient; each artist paints over the previous months work.
The work of twelvedoors.com will be complete when we conclude the twelfth artist in the twelfth month.
Aqui se presenta un registro fotográfico de diversos stencils o plantillas encontradas transitando por la calle. La mayoría son fotos obtenidas personalmente, otras son solicitadas a los dueños ... la menor parte son encontradas por la red...
Si tienes fotos que quieras exponer en esta galería de arte urbano ... eres bienvenido!!
Photographing gives me a reason for being out and about and exploring new places. When I don't shoot for three or four days, I start feeling restless. No matter what the occasion I almost always carry a camera with me.
An ongoing collection of stencil images from the streets of Davis, CA
Photos from DJ Dreadlock