Spray Paint Art Paradisio (by spacepainter)
waterfall scene made with spray paint! Art by By Brandon McConnell.
As part of its Street Summer season of programming and events, Channel 4 has created an iPhone app called Street Tag that allows users to virtually graff any wall or surface they fancy using their iPhones…
I’m personally a fan of spraypainting actual walls, but I can see how this could be kinda fun as an app.
With the help of a new pie chart stencil by interactive media artist Golan Levin, creating politically charged graffiti just got a bit easier. The fully customizable “Infoviz Graffiti” toolkit allows users to quickly swap out the numbers and letters and adjust the slice of the pie. (via Customizable Stencil Lets Anyone Make Street Art Infographics - Design - GOOD)
Yesterday morning in Sofia, Bulgaria, anti-Communist street artists painted over a monument commemorating the 10th anniversary of the Soviet “liberation” (i.e. a Communist coup d’état) of Bulgaria in 1944. Who did they add to the statue? The Joker, among others.
Moss graffiti, also called eco-graffiti or green graffiti, replaces spray paint, paint-markers or other such toxic chemicals and paints with a paintbrush and a moss “paint” that can grow on its own. As people become more eco-friendly and environmentally aware, the idea of making living,…
You are my type
photo by bruiseoftheweek
graffiti/street art i can get behind! so cute.
I like this a lot <3
” Most normal art is built to last, like, hundreds of years. It’s cast in bronze. Or it’s oil on canvas … But street art has a short life span.” – Banksy
I turned the side of an abandoned house in my neighborhood into a giant chalkboard where residents can fill in the blank and remember what is important to them in life. It’s also about turning a neglected space into a constructive one where we can learn the hopes and aspirations of the people around us. It turns out this entire process has been a great lesson, experience, and project in itself – more on that later. If you’re in New Orleans, stop by the corner of Marigny and Burgundy (900 Marigny St) to add your thoughts to the wall and see what matters most to your neighbors. The responses and stories from passers-by while we were installing it have already hit me hard in the heart.
Check out the wall of responses after one day!… Photo strip here!