Tag Archives: Graffiti

You Are An Acceptable Level of Threat

A new book called Banksy: You Are An Acceptable Level of Threat and if You Were Not You Would Know About has just been published. The book features a huge collection of photos highlighting some of the most iconic works by … Continue reading

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Cover the Walls with Hope

Recently a new multi-artist street art project called Fill the Walls with Hope has popped-up on walls and boarded up windows across Philadelphia. Organized by Mark Strandquist and created with submissions from local Philadelphia and national artists, the project incorporates … Continue reading

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Paris: Word on the Street

h/t Philipe Bouvier  

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Berlin: Word on the Street

h/t Herakut & Dr.Seuss  

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Art Floats

Fluctuart claims that its Centre D’Art Urbain Flottant will be the first floating urban arts museum in the world. I don’t know if that’s an accurate statement, but the soon to be launched waterfront gallery is a welcome component of the “Reinventing … Continue reading

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Prove Them All Wrong

The Los Angeles-based screen writer and street artist known as WRDSMTH has been dropping thought-provoking pieces all around Melbourne, Australia. The well crafted works combine stenciled typewriters with cleverly worded paste-up.

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Books Are A Stepping Stone

The celebrated Brazilian street artist Walter Nomura—aka Tinho—completed these wonderful pieces last fall in Frankfurt, Germany. Beginning as a grafiteiro at the tender age of 12 and gained notoriety in his home country with moving wall art depicting missing and … Continue reading

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Street Art Turns Sinuous

It’s rare to discover street art with such diverse influences as you’ll find from Montreal-based A’shop. The mural arts and advertising group has managed to incorporate styles that range from sinuous, fin de siècle Czech Art Nouveau to SoCal graffiti. … Continue reading

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A Love Letter to the City

Here in the Philadelphia area, Stephen Powers’ large-scale murals have been a colorful, entertaining and surprising presence since the 1990s. Although he’s currently based in Brooklyn, Powers has been spreading his personal brand of typographic signage murals around South America, … Continue reading

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Who Is Banksy ?

If you are interested in street art, then you’ll want to see this neat infographic created by the folks at Canvas Elite, an online “art” seller. The graphic highlights the career of the elusive banksy from 2001 until 2012, with … Continue reading

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