Mexico City's street art is expanding through interesting stages of development. Arte Callejero is a photographic archive of a very nice selection of Mexican street art. It also includes works from other places in the country like Oaxaca City, and other capitals around the world. You can visit part of the archive in its blog.
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Heres some PURE EVIL news 2007....
NWFinesse presents FRESH Graffiti & Urban Art Show
1st Thursdays @ 6pm-10pm
Trinity Nightclub's Mission Room
107 Occidental Ave. S. Downtown Seattle
21+w/I.d.No cover,Free snacks
the Anti-Advertising Agency and Graffiti Research Lab have used laser-cut stencils to cover the annoying flat-screen advertising
monitors found scattered throughout New York City. Go here to see a great video about the campaign.
Go here to download Gifs of the stencil and cover a few yourself!
From the AAA site:
Just passed the 6300 mark for online photos. Here's the latest batch for you all to enjoy.
Two years ago, Ron Deutsch submitted a batch of great photos from his travels in Argentina and Uruguay. I asked him to tell me which were which, but he never got back to me. So the photos sat in my "backlog" folder. I decided to post them anyway, so made a special archive for them in the Americas Artists archive.
My good bud Mark passed along four postcards from France that he bought in the late 1980s. He had them in a box for years, so here's a sliver of early stencils from Paris.
Cricket from Arizona sent over some original stencils and gets an archive.
Koleszar dropped off a few more amazing originals.
Still uploading the New York City photos I took last year.
Finally, a batch from my hood on Valencia Street.
I am not sure if you will remember a call for art, from last March, which you had put on Stencil Archive, for a book called 99 Silhouettes, by Debut Publications in the UK.
Well the good news! One of my submissions was accepted! The book comes out next month. It is my VELO stencil, which will be in the book.
You can put the news on Stencil Archive ,
here is the link
Happy New Year !
I hope that you have been well.
Everything about the same up here, just working on new stencil designs.
I am going to be in show in New York THIS Thursday - January the 18th.
The deadline for the RSVP was today, but if any of you wish to go, let me know and I will put your name at the door.
champagne & caviar
203 W 125th & Adam Clayton Powell Blvd
Featuring the artwork of Logan Hicks and Sixten
As some of you may know, a popular uprising has sprung up in Oaxaca, Mexico over the past year. Striking teachers, students, and other parts of the community have kept a consistent presence on the streets, trying to oust the current governor while resisting sometimes brutal repression from the local and state police.
Where unrest happens, street stencils usually follow.
First, I want to send out a giant thank you for the overwhelming level of support people have shown over the past couple weeks! Everyone has been so generous with their time, ideas and money. In the 3 weeks since my last email, I have raised $8056.84 to cover a significant portion of the debt dumped on Justseeds. It's been amazing to have so many people offer help, and enlightening to realize how few places there are to get interesting, intelligent and political art.
6200 uploads and counting!
Peat was in SF, and went back to CELLspace to put up four new pieces.
Fresh SF uploads for the Financial District.