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Theresa May Graces the Street Art Scene in London

“No you May not!” Maureen Barlin, creative commons license Or so you might imagine Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May saying if you asked to illegally wheat-paste a political parody of her person on a London street. But that is exactly what is happening often these days, says Matt Brown, who calls himself “probably the most […]

Black Panthers and Political Street Art from the 60s to Today

Amidst the hype surrounding the new Black Panther movie breaking records in theaters, we’re reminded by New York-based writer, photographer and documentarian Camilo José Vergara on City Lab that the people-powered revolutionary socialist organization Black Panther Party were superheroes on the streets of US cities who used art in the Streets to advance social and […]

A Graffiti Painted Cityscape: Laura Shechter Documents Street Art on Canvas

If there is someone who knows Brooklyn Street Art and graffiti, it is Laura Shechter. Dart, Cash4, Cost, Sace, City Kitty, Chris Stain, she knows them all. And yet she doesn’t know them at all. When you live in a city and see graffiti or Street Art the creators of the scene cannot hope to […]

BSA Film Friday 04.21.17 – Vids from Nuart Aberdeen 2017

Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. ADD FUEL – Nuart Aberdeen 2017 2. Alice Pasquini – Nuart Aberdeen 2017 3. Isaac Cordal – Nuart Aberdeen 2017 4. M-City in Aberdeen for Nuart 2017 via BrooklynStreetArt.com BSA Special Features: Vids from Aberdeen Doug […]

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