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Because it’s 1am and I’ve spent the better part of my night scheduling tweets and Facebook posts, I thought I’d just very quickly share this latest piece by Fra.Biancoshock.

Dismaland: Teenage dream world

Dismaland closes on Sunday, but I’m a slow writer, so I only just finished my review today. Check it out on Hyperallergic.

Connecting street and studio

One of the most common questions I get from people outside of the street art world is some variation on “How do street artists show in galleries?

Dancing in the street with London Kaye

London Kaye, whose work I would usually ignore because it is more boring and derivative than The Cleveland Show, has become an accidental symbol for street art’s role as a gentrifying force.

Interview with Goon Hugs

Goon Hugs Stickers – Photo by Goon Hugs Melbourne has always had a healthy and organic sticker culture, whether it be writers with their slap tags, or the little street art characters and slogans adorning the backs of street signs, rubbish bins; actually anything with a surface that takes to a sticker.

Shepard Fairey on art, politics, and being a role model

Photo courtesy of Jacob Lewis Gallery As the leading American street artist and one of the country’s most recognizable graphic designers, Shepard Fairey himself needs no introduction.

Hyuro and Space

Photo by Marco Tani Today, I want to highlight two recent murals by Hyuro that I am completely in love with.

It’s not the size, it’s how you use it

In this era of monumental murals, it can be easy to forget that bigger isn’t always better. In a series of new wheatpastes, WK Interact has taken to the doors of New York City.

An Italian in the Big Shiny Apple

1 Gram by Nemo’s. Photo by Jaime Rojo. Two of the most provocative murals painted in New York this summer come from Nemo’s, an Italian street artist on his first visit to NYC.

The doldrums

Wheatpaste by ND’A in Philadelphia This quote from Dave NoLionsInEngland seems important to share: “It has been a while, street art has been mired in the doldrums.

We’re going to Dismaland

The view from inside of Dismaland In case you’ve been living under a rock… Banksy’s next major project has arrived: Dismaland.

Organizing street art – what for?

Example of illegal street art in Tartu by MinaJaLydia. Photo by suur jalutuskaik. Today we have Vandalog’s second guest post from Sirla, an organizer of the Stencibility festival in Tartu, Estonia.

Largely self-promotional link-o-rama

stikman in Philadelphia Apologies that this particular link-o-rama is full of self-promotion and conflicts of interesting, but I do think these are all interesting projects and I hope you do too: It takes a lot to get my excited about a mural festival, but this year’s Wall\Therapy in Rochester, NY looks great.

Exploring cities with street art (de)tours

Found on the deTour “CBD Street Art At Night: When Street Lights Become Spotlights” Editor’s note: Recently, CDH has been teaching a fantastic class about street art at the University of Melbourne.

Sabe KST officially has the best blackbook, and here it is…

For me, one of the most interesting writers in contemporary graffiti is Sabe KST. I have to give Faust credit for really turning me to on Sabe’s work, although I doubt that Faust realized he was introducing me to a writer whose work perfectly matched up with what I’d been interested in seeing from contemporary graffiti.

Saber: Bull in a china shop

“TOO MANY NAMES” by Saber at the Long Beach Museum of Art. Photo courtesy of Saber. Last month, “urban contemporary art” came to Long Beach, California.

It’s the law link-o-rama

Chip Thomas aka Jetsonorama mural in Bushwick. Coincidentally, today’s links all revolve around the law… It looks like Starbucks ripped off Maya Hayuk‘s work, and now she’s suing.

One year inside the mural machine

Murals and graffiti in Philadelphia. One year ago today, I started a job at the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program.

Live a little on Coney Island

eL Seed. Photo by RJ Rushmore. Last Sunday, I visited Coney Island for the first time. I was there to see The Coney Island Art Walls, Jeffrey Deitch‘s latest mural project.

Exploring Ghent with Chris Dyer

Bue the Warrior and Chris Dyer In early spring, I had the chance to meet up with Chris Dyer in Ghent, Belgium, while he was visiting the family of his wife, the lovely Valerie.