Happy Good Friday!
It’s Good Friday today, which of course means I got a seat on the subway this morning. Apparently it’s a holiday of some sort. Anyway, we have some Street Art news, and some completely unrelated frivolity because it’s good to take a break, for Christ’s sake.
3 Kings by Remi/Rough and System
Read about the wall and see more photos here http://remirough.com/blog
Vote for Your Favorite Slide at HuffPost Arts Today
BP Ready To Resume Oil Spilling (Via The Onion)
April 20, 2011 | The Onion
LONDON—A year after the tragic explosion and oil spill that caused petroleum giant BP to cease operations in the Gulf of Mexico, the company announced Wednesday that it was once again ready to begin oil spilling.
Image here is the winner of LogoMyWay’s contest to redesign the BP Logo — Stuart Croft, an English Graphics Designer working and studying in Bangkok, Thailand.
Jean Faucher – Early Street Art Pioneer Show Tomorrow in LA
Considered by cultural institutions and by artists as a key figure in the graffiti and urban arts, Jean Faucheur explores new prospective areas of expression that influence and drive hundreds and hundreds of emerging talents.
SATURDAY APRIL 23, 2011 – 6PM – 9PM
Exhibition: April 23 – May 26, 2011
Every Day, 1PM – 8PM, and by appointment (Closed Mondays)
“Brother,” Spray Paint On Canvas, 36″ x 25 3/4″
“Your attitude is your altitude.”
Lynn Dell image © Ari Cohen
New York’s grand dame fashionista Lynn Dell shows how to rock a big hat like this for your Sunday stroll on Fifth Avenue or Flatbush Avenue for Easter. Showing you can be hot at any age, this 78 year old Gotham gal has a whole slideshow here, including this pic from Ari Cohen.
2000 Images of MOCA “Art in the Streets”
Produced by Roger L. Griffith
“A frame by frame animation of the 2011 MOCA show Art In The Streets. This is not meant to be a complete census of all the art at the MOCA, but an introduction and basic virtual tour of the exhibit. Enjoy”
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