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Hot Tea: An Undulating Fluorescent Apparition Takes You To Church

A fluorescent underwater sea creature is flobbing it’s tentacles in the ripply and unusual directions of the currents and cross currents, full of life and full of crazy ideas. This particular one is hanging over your head actually, but the breezes make it look like its under water. Hot Tea. No Limit Boras 2017. Boras, […]

Anonymouse: Miniature Vignettes on the Street for “No Limit” Festival in Boras, Sweden

A new mouse on the street is bringing the world to you one little shop at a time. Anonymouse. No Limit Boras 2017. Boras, Sweden. September 2017. (photo © Jaime Rojo) Miniaturization on the street or in the museum (or in the street museum) causes you to focus on detail, draw closely, to recall your […]

1UP, Martha Cooper, Jaime Rojo: The Print Pops

1UP . Graffiti Prints. (photo © Jaime Rojo) It was May, there were birds singing in the trees, the smell of aerosol spray in the air, and steady traffic on the Bülowstrasse as we walked past the Urban Nation production offices up to the soon-to-be museum. We had heard that one of Berlin’s best known […]

BSA Images Of The Week: 09.24.17

Happy Autumn New York! To our readers south of the Equator, the spring birds must be singing by now, right? Meanwhile in dirty old New York there is a lot of new stuff – including two new walls going up by OsGemeos and UK artist Lakwena’s turn at the Houston/Bowery Wall. Here’s our weekly interview […]

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