Stencil Archive News
According to the Stencil Archive admin, migration to Drupal will begin soon, after a bit of "foundation work." And, since this is an upgrade to a new server, "things may be broken for the next couple of days" as well, according to SA admin.
So, if you seen anything that is broken, please let me know by contacting submit[at]stencilarchive[dot]org
Hope to have this done soon, allowing for new possibilities here at StencilArchive.org.
Let's hope that this is painless for all of us.
I'm giving thanks for friends and family this
year, as well as all of the people who stand up and fight for justice
and equality. Especially the Diné grandmothers of Black Mesa who
survive the oppression of their own Navajo government. And their
defiance against Peabody coal (and Big Coal in general).
7700 bites of vegan digi goodness:
Finally an update for the Italy archive, all from Rome.
Check out Graffiti Archaeology for a fun, historic ride on some of the painted walls in San Francisco.
Mia Rovegno brings you a piece on stencil warriors Josh MacPhee and
Russell H., including a guided tour through the City, rich with a
history of public archives
"the internet's largest collection of stencil graffiti images and information"
Well, not really (thanks to Stencil Rev), but it is the largest in the USA!
Check out their blurb
All the archive names and directories have been updated. There have been many name changes and some consolidation (for example, there is now a "Random USA" Archive instead of "Eastern USA" and "Western USA"). If you have linked anything within the Stencil Archives, those links are effectively broken. A few updates to the Stencil Archives include geotagging, keyword tags, and social media sharing.
Here's Part 3 of all the latest uploads. The total uploads for the past few days is 275. Thanks to everyone who has submitted over the past month or so!
Next steps again: update Drupal, add site theme to Gallery archives, and enjoy.
Music compliments of KUSF in Exile (save college radio from greedy hands)
:::: SAN FRANCISCO ::::
Eddie Colla (just one)
Clarion Alley (just one)
Sunset and Richmond Districts
Van Ness (just one)
The Castro (just one)