Hey, Where is COST At?
Looks like he’s ready to stage a comeback. Ellis G. shares with us the news that these new prints are H.O.T. Dang. The big question of course is, how much do these cost?
http://blog.papermonster.net/posts/view/159/cost link to papermonster site to view blog post on COST.
Um, We Need a New Dance Craze
First submission “The SWAG Line”, which is very effective when done by two or more persons simultaneously. The gymnasium action STARTS AT .49 seconds.
French Street Artist LUDO’s sculpture “The Cacktus”
Now, is that nice? Don’t want to read too much into the possible symbolism here, but LUDO may have some anger issues he’s working out in this new sculpture project.
Says the artist: “Back from Zurich and a lot of works on paper, I wanted to spend more time in the studio to focus on a (almost) new technique for my pieces. 3 years after the first little sculpted Gunflower, I am very happy with this new series of sculptures called “The Cacktus.” ~ LUDO
Learn more at the artist’s site http://www.thisisludo.com/
BAST: It’s What’s For Lunch
Trying to figure out what to pack for your picnic in the hazardous waste industrial park today? Here’s a delicious option from the blog of BAST. See brand new stuff he posted on his blog yesterday here http://bastny.blogspot.com/
Yard Work Episode: 7
Deep inside suburban New Jersey, Snow and Joe Iurato rock a back yard.
Street Art Shows Its Softer Side in Canarsie, BK
Yo, we know ya’ll are hard beeaatches because you are STREET, right? Don’t front. And yet, Abe Lincoln Jr. shares this project with the BSA fam that makes everybody think you may not be the ostracized marginalized feral cats you pose as – Curated by the Love Movement, a handful of mostly New York Street Artists got together and painted big pieces to be permanently installed in a high school in the Carnarsie section of Brooklyn. Participating artists who gave of their creative juices freely include Leon Reid, Michael Defeo, Skewville, TooFly, Thundercut, Morning Breath, and Abe Lincoln Jr.
JMR Somewhere in Texas, “Here is Now”
It’s Getting Hot Out Here…. I know it was 97 degrees in NYC yesterday and it’s only June. At least here you literally CAN take off ALL of your clothes if you want.
Yes, Texas. Where they fry eggs on the street for breakfast, it’s so hot. That’s where Street Artist JMR has a show called “Here is Now”. Right now we are here, but congrats to Jim.
JMR (photo © courtesy of the artist)
JMR detail (photo © courtesy of the artist)
MCL Grand Gallery is located at 100 N. Charles Street, between Main and Church streets in Lewisville, Texas.
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