Broken Crow’s Still Rockin’ the Toy Museum in Mexico City
In what may possibly be the final stencil of the trip that they are making, Mike and John of Street Art Duo Broken Crow have pulled out what looks like a blue woodchuck and a fine feathered friend.
photo © Museo de Jugete – follow their photo stream here http://yfrog.com/h3k2gtaj
Rats on the Streets, Rats in the Boardrooms, Rats in the Legislature
Image in garment district of Manhattan this morning (© Steven P. Harrington)
As you may have read, the last protective force standing between workers and the unbridled forces of pure capitalism are being knocked down before your eyes in the US. Or maybe you were distracted by the concentrated wealth we’re celebrating: According to their new issue Forbes estimates that there are 1210 billionaires in the world today, up 214 on last year, holding a total net worth of $4.5 trillion. As the losers in the rat race are gradually flushed into the streets, wonder how the art in the streets will be affected?
Fountain Art Fair Redux
Yeah, Fountain nailed it to a tree this year. But then, we knew they would. Big Ups to Joe Iurato in this new video by Roberto Serrini. Joe’s work is featured in the second half of the video, and who’s recent work refers to the crosses he bears.
See more of the Street Art installation shot by photographer Jaime Rojo here: Stick Out Your Tongue : Street Art So Close You Can Lick it at Fountain
Matt Sewell at Mighty Tanaka
Tonight at Might Tanaka a new show by Matt Sewell. For more information about this show, location and time click on the link below:
El Celso¡NO HABLA ESPAÑOL! at Pandemic
From the press release;
“¡NO HABLA ESPAÑOL! is El Celso’s most personal show to date. This new series of works was inspired by a recent trip to Peru where the artist became obsessed with posters made in the “chicha” style. These hand-made posters line city streets all over Peru and generally feature an eye-popping neon color palette and commercial graphics-inspired lettering.”
El Celso¡NO HABLA ESPAÑOL! (full listing here)
New works and an installation featuring Peruvian vernacular posters – and a diminutive discotheque
On Display:Fri. March 11 – Sat. April 2, 2011
Opening ReceptionFriday, March 11, 2011, 7-11pm
Spending Time With Felix Morelo
Ever wonder by artists put their stuff in the streets? Felix Morelo may be able to school you on that one.
Stick ‘Em Up! Teaser
Dang! This is a spicy teaser – a scathing assessment of everyday folk as people who hate their lives is employed as motivation to go out and do art in the street.
URNewYork at Power House Arena
Local Street Artists are hitting up the Power House in Dumbo!
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