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Thanks so much - Russell
PIXNIT Productions is an informative website about the artist Pixnit. Also, check out the PIXNIT Campaign where you can receive stickers and stencils for free. Participate by receiving your own hand cut stencil by PIXNIT, painting and recording your images to be included in the Flora Files along with hundreds of others in a massive public painting installation.
Hi everybody tonight Ive got a couple of art shows i hope you can attend
BOONTLING GALLERY 4227 TELEGRAPH AVE. FROM 7- 10:30
this show will feature works from the likes of Angie Brown, John Casey, Josh Keyes, Mike Lay, Dan Lewis, Jordan Mello, Crystal Morey, Joe Nagel, Vincent Perea, Loren Purcell, Hector Serna,,and yours truly Adam5100
TONS OF FUN.....
A call has been put out to artists across the world to print, cut, and paint this stencil honoring NYC Indymedia journalist Brad Will and the embattled peoples of Oaxaca, Mexico
Will was recently shot and killed by plain clothes police in Oaxaca, while video documenting the ongoing uprising in that city. Several other protesters died too, and Pres. Fox called in the Federales to end the popular occupation of the city center.
Go to NYC Indymedia for full coverage of the ongoing struggles of the peoples of Oaxaca.
Russell Way exhibits art in "Bodyprint."
At the Sheffer Gallery
38 Lander St.
Opening Sat., Nov. 4, 4-6pm
Closes Nov. 25
CELLspace offers a Stencil class.
Six, two hour lectures by a local artist.
Course focuses on digital techniques, graphic design, guerilla culture and applications. Different types of stencils and techniques. Anything from photorealism to alternative techniques.
It's all of $75 bucks.
Here's an article about gang graff from my temporary home town:
Des Moines, other cities wrestle with rise in graffiti reports, costly cleanups
By TOM ALEX
REGISTER STAFF WRITER
October 24, 2006
The writing is on the wall: Des Moines police expect 2006 to be a record year for graffiti.