Artist News

KLUTCH: In book "The Pack: Vol. I"

Submitted by russell on Tue, 07/21/2009 - 12:38

Check it Out

Art Opening & Book Release
The Pack Vol:1 collection of Goodfoot artists
Last Thurs July 30th from 5-11pm
show up until Aug 25th
The Goodfoot

Goodfoot and Poboy art are proud to realease "The Pack: vol 1"  a collection of goodfoot artists.  The release will coincide with an art opening July 30th, from 5-11pm, the show will be up until Aug 25th.

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M City, Blu: Belef 09/Belgrade Summer Festival

Submitted by russell on Fri, 07/03/2009 - 03:01

Start Time: Wednesday, July 22 at 12:00am
End Time: Wednesday, July 29 at 12:00am
Where: Belgrad
URL: Belef09

At the moment when Belgrade is facing a lack of exhibiting areas on one side and the development of alternative forms of expression through street art of the younger generations of artists, we believe that the Belgrade Summer Festival can serve as a platform for researching the potential of pictures in public areas.

The city's visual culture has aggressively been occupied by commercial messages and the initiative for painting murals should present a counter action with the goal of defending the city's visual identity, but also educating and expending the new potential audience for contemporary art. Mural as a technique has in many ways been neglected in the dominant course of contemporary Serbian art production, while in the smaller format it is noting progress within the street art…

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Soule Summer Update

Submitted by russell on Wed, 07/01/2009 - 09:09
This Summer is going to be quite busy with Festivals and Art Shows!
I've put together a list of the events that I will be at HERE.
I update the page as shows and events are finalized, so check back often!

Take Out the Trash

I had a wonderful  opportunity to work with the White Center CDA
during their annual Spring Clean. Hopefully people with be excited to take out the trash with a smile!
Read more on my blog

If you're in the White Center take a look around the neighborhood at all the colorful cans and see if you can find them all! Read more

Chris Stain: July Update

Submitted by russell on Wed, 07/01/2009 - 08:51

What I'm Up To
(go to Chris Stain's Web site for all the info)

Mural in the 518

This month I travel to upstate NY to do some painting on the outside of 518 Prints screen printing company. At their request I plan to re-visit some of the working class themes that inspired me to initially cut stencils back in the late ‘90’s. Check my blog, for photos.

Green Day - East Jesus Nowhere

My good friend at Workhorse Visuals contacted me about doing an illustration for a GREEN DAY project based on lyrics from their new album, "21st Century Breakdown". I was given the song "East Jesus Nowhere" and asked to put something together based on the feelings I got from the lyrics. Recently I completed the piece for the limited edition release of the album. The work will be featured in a booklet that accompanies the cd…

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Janet Attard Interviewed in Velosophie (AT)

Submitted by russell on Tue, 06/16/2009 - 02:42

Go here to download the PDF file of the magazine.

In Austrian with no other translation.

Banksy Versus Bristol Museum

Submitted by russell on Mon, 06/15/2009 - 03:07

The UK Guardian has a great photo spread of Banksy's new exhibit, which is inside the Bristol City Museum.

Here's the BBC's photo spread.

Here's a review from the Telegraph UK.


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Chris Stain: June Projects

Submitted by russell on Fri, 05/22/2009 - 05:58
June 5-6: "Willoughby Windows" presented by Ad Hoc Art

Ad Hoc Art gallery has set up legal window murals in downtown Brooklyn which I will be participating in along with many others. An ambitious creative venture featuring an entire block of downtown Brooklyn consisting of 13 storefronts with 13 awnings/signs which will highlight installations by 13+ artists.

The opening will be a street party on Friday, June 19th, from 12 noon to 4pm.

Participating artists:
Chris Stain, Christopher Cardinale, Cycle, Dennis McNett, Ellis G, Gaia, Josh MacPhee, Lady Pink, Logan Hicks, Michael De Feo, Mike Houston & Martin Mazorra, Morning Breath, Nathan Lee Pickett

June 7 - Ad Hoc Art / Bushwick Open Studios Panel Discussion

Moderated by Aaron Short. Panelist include Chris Stain, Christopher Cardinale, Jane Weissman (author of "On the Wall"), Joe Matunis (of El Puente), and Lady Pink
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Vandals Target Banksy Mural in Bristol

Submitted by russell on Sat, 04/25/2009 - 14:35

Vandals target Banksy mural in Bristol
Monday, April 06, 2009, 12:55

One of Bristol's most famous graffiti murals, Banksy's Mild, Mild West in Stokes Croft, has been defaced.

A clean-up operation is underway on Monday after red paint was splattered across the giant piece of street art, one of Bristol-born Banksy's early works.

Shopkeepers, residents and workers in the area this morning said they were shocked by the vandalism to the 10-year-old mural, which shows a Teddy bear aiming a Molotov cocktail at riot police.

An organisation called Appropriate Media, an anti-graffiti group, has claimed responsibility for the vandalism and has called for the 'appropriate and…

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Dirty Pilot Book: PaperMonster special

Submitted by russell on Mon, 04/06/2009 - 15:59

DirtyPilot has a new book out covering graffiti, urban, and fine artists which features a special order through where you can purchase a deluxe edition of the book along with your choice of a print (limited) from one of three artists.

Direct Link To Book Site:
PaperMonster Print
Ghost Print:
Alber Reyes Print:…

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Pixnit: ICA: Design as Social Agent

Submitted by russell on Tue, 03/31/2009 - 04:52
Please join PIXNIT Productions for a full day of events at the ICA!

(BOSTON) The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) and Boston Chapter of the AIGA, the professional association for design, present “Design as Social Agent,” a daylong event on Saturday, April 4 from 10 am to 5 pm. Bringing together speakers from the fields of design, street art, music and politics, the event frames Shepard Fairey’s work within the context of grassroots civic action, punk rock and 80’s graffiti and skate culture. A series of presentations, conversations and gallery talks will explore how concepts of appropriation, plagiarism, legality and process have been exploded.

Tickets for each of the five main stage talks are $25 or $15 for ICA and AIGA members as well as students and seniors. Ticket holders will have free access to additional programs, including gallery talks, and presentations in the Bank of American Art Lab on a first-come first-served basis. In addition, anyone who… Read more