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Thanks so much - Russell
We want to take all the things we like and put them in a mag, no words (just credits)... sounds daft? It might be... but daft can be good like concrete can be beautiful. We are inviting submissions of images of stencil/poster/sticker art or any other documentary of urban aesthetics - the first issue has a photo-story of views from hotel windows (starting to get it?) If you would like to get your pics and name in print email firstname.lastname@example.org. for more info. We hope to launch Feb 2006 so keep the entries coming... we will reply to all enquiries. Thanks
I'm almost finished collecting images for my upcoming book Reproduce & Revolt: Radical Graphics for the 21st Century. If you haven't sent work in yet, or don't know what I'm talking about, check out the pdf of the call:
I've extended the deadline by a couple weeks.
I'm also giving a talk this month in New York City at Bluestockings Books, if you're in the NYC area, check out #2 below....
Seeing people get so stoked on the show was a huge boost for my spirits. With all that I do I often become pretty grumpy about shows and all the egos, games, and general crap involved. But last night I realized that people really love the VK shows and that alone is reason to keep pushing on. Seeing all those wet people smiling, laughing, and getting excited about art was an amazing thing to be a part of and I felt lucky to have played a part of that.
Hey all, new to the site and have just got our shit together and put up our own website, we have also created a commrades section so if you want to get your stuff posted on our site send it in and if we like it we will post it up. We hope to get enough to turn over the page every month. Take it easy, later A7
Saturday, November 5, 2005 (7:00 PM - 11:00 PM)
WhiteWalls Art Gallery
835 larkin st (Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps)
San Francisco, California 94109
featuring the line up:
adam 5100, shawn barber, kim cogan, richard colman, mike davis, diet, jeremy fish, sam flores, mike giant, shane jessup, adrian lee, henry lewis, albert reyes, romanowski, andrew schoultz, sp one and chris yormick
opening saturday, november 5th, 2005 7pm - 11pm
From its start in a NE Portland backyard just 2 years ago the Vinyl Killers shows have developed into a widely recognized and well-respected name in the global street art scene and beyond. Artists from around the world continue to pick up on painting records and vinyl work is now a staple of many street art exhibitions. During the past year there has been several other vinyl shows held the U.K., Australia, and Denmark. In April the VK collective was invited to do an installation in the lobby at San Francisco's Hotel Des Arts.
2-6 pm on Saturday, October 1, 2005
Featuring works by: Gary Baseman, Chris Bettig, Buff Monster, David Choe,
Clayton Brothers, Richard Colman, Shepard Fairey, Bill Farroux. Rich
Jacobs, Chris Johanson, Barry McGee, Travis Millard, Neckface, Kenton
Parker, Albert Reyes, Souther Salazar, Kenny Scharf, Deanna Templeton, Ed
Templeton and more...
5016 Venice Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 900019
[half block west of La Brea on the south side of street]