Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
1. New Neighbors – First Impressions. A film by Yoo Lee via The New Yorker
2. The Doodle House
3. Beyond Walls Tour 2022
BSA Special Feature: New Neighbors – First Impressions
It’s easy to judge a book by its cover. We do it all the time. And we are always right.
New Neighbors – First Impressions. A film by Yoo Lee via The New Yorker
The Doodle House
It’s animated, it covers the whole house, and he keeps his pants on.
Other than that, you may continue on with your aesthetic associations with Keith Haring a few decades before in New York.
Also, someone needs to curate a doodle exhibition. There are many of these doodlers now, especially over the last decade.
Beyond Walls Tour 2022
Behind the scenes at Beyond Walls in Massachusetts, courtesy Tost Films.
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