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Leon Rainbow E-Newsletter
Hey What's the deal!
Great things are in the works! check out all the hot shows listed below! I Hope to see you at them all! especially next week... Pose 2 is having a Artist Gatheringon Wednesday, and the KENNEDY VS RAINBOW show on friday...Not 2 B Ms.d!!
I am in the middle of a brewing protest and currently helping with this website to save modern rock in Philly. http://www.y100rocks.com. It's making news and even going to be an article in an upcoming RollingStone issue.
i'm working on an abstract for a science and art conference and i
thought i can share something with you expressed your interest in this
the attached image are photographs taken using a microscope. the image
on the left shows the very simple stencil i cut out using focused beam
Urbis-Artium Gallery Announces Opening of
A World of Influences
March 17 - April 30, 2005
140 Second St., 6th Floor (above 111 Minna), 415-369-9404
just wanted to pass along a handful of calls and art opportunities that have passed through my email in the past couple of weeks.
A) Books to Prisoners Fundraiser
B) Earth First Journal Art
C) Culture War Now!
D) Archive of Radical Graphics
get to work!
large archive of Bs.as.stencil from argentina. South America, Third world!!
From the ACLU:
To fight police abuse effectively you need to know your rights. There are some things you should do, some things you must do and some things you cannot do. If you are in the middle of a police encounter, you need a handy and quick reference to remind you what your rights and obligations are.
- Be polite and respectful. Never bad-mouth a police officer.
- Stay calm and in control of your words, body language and emotions.
- Don't get into an argument with the police.
Hey this is Leon Rainbow. I'm part of an arts collective called
albuscav.us. We are organizing a street art festival in New Bruinswick,
New Jersey. We are looking for artists, as well as supporters,
sponsors, and volunteers. If you run an arts site please post the blow
"call for artists". If you know artists or are an artist please spread
A few people have asked Stencil Archive for tips and info on spray painting stencils on t-shirts.
Some tips I've given them are mostly screen printing tips:
- use a flat palate (piece of wood, glass, or even marble) to keep the shirt flat
- make a mark in the middle of the palate so you can center your shirt
- maybe use spray tack to keep the shirt from moving
- put the shirts out in the sun or in the dryer to cure the paint
- if you want tight lines, practice improves your skills