Street art: Graffitied trains
Street Art of the Day: “Before I Die”: Candy Chang (previously) reclaims the side of an abandoned house on the corner of Marigny and Burgundy in her NOLA neighborhood for a giant chalkboard “where residents can fill in the blank and remember what is important to them in life.”
The collective project, she says, is “also about turning a neglected space into a constructive one where we can learn the hopes and aspirations of the people around us.”
David Walker: “I am drawn towards the idea of making something beautiful out of what could be classed as lo-brow materials and methods. I don’t use brushes because I want the pieces to raise a question about graffiti and traditional painting as there can be strong preconceived ideas about both”. Read the full interview and see more David Walker work on Street Art London here.
This reminds me that I need to find all of my stickers so I can finally decorate.
“Post-it Guerilla Street Art” San Diego (USA)
Photo: confidence, comely
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LONDON — At a press conference Tuesday, 89-year-old Rose Biggin, a grandmother from the Camden Town neighborhood of North London, announced that she was in fact the internationally renowned graffiti artist known only as Banksy. “Those drawings? Oh, yes, those are mine,” said the diminutive…
I love The Onion, ahahaha.
New Banksy in Boston!