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This Tuesday, Carnage NYC will be releasing a print with Ian de Beer, aka HERT, a writer that anyone keeping an eye out in NYC will certainly be familiar with.
For several years now, the Woodward Gallery Project Space on Eldridge Street has been one of the Lower East Side’s visual highlights, showcasing works by an impressive range of artists from veteran graffiti writers to street art-stencil masters.
“World Police State Champs” by Shepard Fairey. Photo courtesy of OBEY Clothing. Some recent works by Shepard Fairey and Os Gêmeos have caught my eye, for essentially the same reason.
Cement cast sculptures of outdated aerosol cans, July 2014. At the age of 11 I fell in love with graffiti.
MTO for the Stencibility festival in April 2014. Photo courtesy of Marika Agu and Sirla. Today we have a guest post from Marika Agu and Sirla, two organizers of the Stencibility festival in Tartu, Estonia.
Original drawing by Ali Rezai Australian street artist Peter Drew recently installed a series of wheatpasted drawings on the streets of downtown Adelaide, Australia.
Painted by Gaia in broad daylight in Baltimore’s arts district Gaia would like to know, who is creative placemaking?
Tame in 1987. Photo by Tame. The Archibald Prize is generally considered to be the most prestigious art competition in Australia.
Jane Golden and I outside the offices of the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program As you may have seen earlier this week on Instagram or Twitter, on Tuesday I started a new job at the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, an amazing public art organization that has been transforming Philadelphia for three decades.
In 2012, Steve Powers painted a mural for Kurt Vile in the Philadelphia neighborhood of Fishtown. A photo of the mural eventually became the album art for Kurt Vile’s Walking on a Pretty Daze.
As The L.I.S.A. Project NYC continues to expand throughout Lower Manhattan, CRASH is the latest artist to join our ranks.
FoxxFace with Tristan Eaton in the background This month has seen lots of fresh artistic activity facilitated by The L.I.S.A.
Unknown artist in Bushwick, Brooklyn It was recently suggested that Vandalog doesn’t do any reporting or write much anymore, and that’s part of why we suck.
Alex Produkt. MURAL festival It was action time last week in Montreal with the second edition of MURAL festival.
A blend of violence, motion and power, WK Interact recently completed this ~400 ft (144 meter) long mural at Paris’ Geode.
Paul Insect and Dscreet in London I’ve been traveling a bit and I’m in London at the moment, so here’s me playing some catch up: There seems to be a big question mark on the freshly launched Street Art Project from Google.
The former site of the “Old School” piece by Banksy that was in the “Stealing Banksy?” auction/event/whatever The Sincura Group, yes that company led by the hilarious Tony Baxter and hosts of the Stealing Banksy?
It’s been a while since I did a link-o-rama, but I’m really behind right now and it seems the only way to catch up.
Anthony Lister and John Fekner in London About two years ago, a group got together to take over about 50 billboards throughout the UK in the course of a few days.
Joe Iurato and Logan Hicks, co-curators of The Mana Museum of Urban Arts. Very exciting news for the worlds of street art and graffiti: Jersey City’s Mana Contemporary will be opening the world’s only urban art museum later this year.