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No matter how you look at it, this small update took Stencil Archive over the 8400 mark!
Waiting on a friend to go funk dancing, so thought I'd drop a nice Saturday bomb at ya......
Satire from Denver gets a new archive (and a medal for getting up inside a Starbucks)
Just put every last image I have for Scott Williams into his archive (including a complete Pattern Journal)
Still throwing up the difusor pics from Maya WorldofStencils
click click click!
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Encore opening reception: March 8, 2008 7-11 PM
Spinello Gallery, 2294 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL
Stencil art from around the world featuring Adam5100, Adam Koukoudakis, Amy Rice, Brian Jones, C215, Chris Stain, Dotmasters, HaHa, Hush, Jef Aerosol, Kaleb, Logan Hicks, M-City, Mantis, Martin Whatson, Pam Glew, Rene Gagnon, Skran and a few special guests!
March 1 - March 16, 2008
OK, another non-stencil post, but still worth sharing as a historical reference.
Here's the original post
Joseph Kyselak - the father of Graffiti
Posted by Gerald
Saturday, April 7. 2007
Have you ever heard of Joseph Kyselak? No?
Not a stencil story, but worth posting as a classic reminder of human's urge to get up:
KILROY WAS HERE!
In 1946 the American Transit Association, through its radio program, "Speak to America," sponsored a nationwide contest to find the REAL Kilroy, offering a prize of a real trolley car to the person who could prove himself to be the genuine article.
Almost 40 men stepped forward to make that claim, but only James Kilroy from Halifax, Massachusetts had evidence of his identity.
Just in time for a full lunar eclipse here in SF...... new pic treats for peeps on the moon:
8242 images and counting...........
To render each barcode phrase accurately, I first make a template on the computer. Then I print out a digital copy on paper. Next using a sharp knife and steady hand, I carefully cut out a stencil of the barcode lines and letters.
Go to web site
Stencil art from Chile, South America
Blog Post from WebUrbanist:
What qualifies something as unusually geeky street graffiti? In some cases it is the content but in many instances it is the methods employed in its creation. Here are seven more geek graffiti projects that comment on and employ tools of the digital age to reinterpret traditional street art approaches or convey contemporary messages via new media.