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One benefit of being ahead of your time is that you can paint your own rules, discover your own voice, set a standard. A drawback is that you may have to push forward on your own before you gain support for what you are pursuing. The key is to keep moving. As Futura pulls fully
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Tennessee and Texas Sample a Certain Street Savoire Faire Look out for Le Rat! He’s getting up in places down south that you wouldn’t normally associate with a French Street Artist, much less the one who started stenciling in a style and manner on Paris walls in ’81 – an antecedent for much of what
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Brooklyn Street Art by Editorz - 6M ago
The Street Artist called The Post Man is delivering celebrities to the city’s streets lately, usually with a cityscape inside of them. The campaign of high saturation portraits are part of one that is often in street art practice: parading, adoring, exulting our pop culture icons, alive or dead. They somehow represent the culture, these
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There are few cultural fashion signifiers that conjure everyday high glamour, milestone celebrations, and hanging out with your home girl like the big colorful rollers that some women use in creating hair styles. Perhaps as a tribute to his sisters in his sister country, Street Artist Evaristo Angurria from Dominican Republic just painted this large
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Here’s our weekly interview with the street, this time featuring Abe Lincoln Jr., Alexis Diaz, Brian Alfred, Celso, City Kitty, Cranio, Deih XLF, Diva Dogla, Dog Byste, Fales, Gane, Jenna Morello, MTO, Pleks, Raf Urban, Slomo29, Spaint, Uriginal. Uriginal, Irene Lopez Leon, Deih.XLF, Slomo29. Wynwood, Miami 2018. (photo © Jaime Rojo) Jenna Morello (photo ©
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“Shit man we were 15 years old,” Lee says while painting his train, “There was a bunch of us painting together, doing it solo, as a duo, or as a group.” Lee Quiñones at work on “Born From Many Apples”. December 13, 2018. (photo © Jaime Rojo) An NYC original whole-car graffiti writer and painter
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Now screening : 1. Ella & Pitr "Heavy Sleepers" 2. Faith XLVII Astronomia Nova, Los Angeles 3. Sights, Sounds and a Recap of Juxtapoz Clubhouse 2018 4. "60 Minutes" and JR
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EARTH, AIR, FIRE, and WATER. And FUTURA 2000. These are the five elements. “Hey Guys!” he bellows from the doorway and invites us in. Futura (photo © Jaime Rojo) A non-stop full-voiced welcome fills the air of this factory loft space with stories and smoke and sports talk radio as you ascend steps from the
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Street Art often reflects the people who live in a city; its’ interests, values, aspirations, ongoing debates, sentiments. With the resident of the White House in a sustained attack mode toward the poor and the brown skinned among us – the least empowered people in modern America – it’s a foregone conclusion that Street Artists
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Sometimes we refer to Street Art as part of an ongoing conversation. Who will argue? Whether it is clever wordplay, a lovelorn cry, a dire warning, or raging rant, artists are addressing us with their written texts in public space. RERO. Wynwood, Miami. (photo © Jaime Rojo) A reflection of our collective state, our worries,

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