Fun Friday 08.06.10
Natalie Kates Covers “Electric Windows”
Interviews with Ron English, Skewville, Gaia, and Logan Hicks, and captures a bit of the flava last weekend.
“Graffolution” Running Till August 15
Curator Frankie Velez has a show on West 36th Street in Manhattan that offers itself as a bit of a missing link between a graff, street art, and fine art. Here’s a stern voiced review.
Artists Heading to ATL for “Living Walls”
Gaia’s posted his sketch for his piece “should be like a twenty foot wall when done with it. Its skulls from dance with death, acorns, oak leaves, cabins, american stars and possums. All ATL baby!”
Classic Rick James by the Pool
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