I just found out today this post (even though it was published on January 9th, 2008): 7 Unusually Geeky Street Graffiti Projects: From Digitized Spray-Painting to Physical Hyperlinking. I advice you to go read it. It was a pleasure reading it! Well done!
Street artist Paul Curtis uses a method contrary to his peers when creating his work – he cleans. Inspired during a stint working in a kitchen, he found a beautiful contrast in the clean versus dirty surfaces, and realized he could transform this chore into artistic forms. Clorox’s Green Works and Curtis teamed up recently […]
Original in concept and design, this living history of the graffiti movement mimics the actual sketchbooks graffiti artists use to perfect their work before it goes public. Before it hits the wall, graffiti is often painstakingly planned out in a sketchbook or piece book. Well-worn and dog-eared, these books are passed along from artist to […]
The basic idea was to build a computer hardware interface which is similar to an existing analog tool. An new interface will force new experiences. Forget about keyboard and mouse: with WiiSpray we created a new human computing interface (HCI). The use of WiiSpray is similar of using a real spray can – but without […]
www.graffgirlz.com was created a little less than 3 years ago. This site allows women graffiti artists worldwide to exhibit their pieces. Today, graffgirlz.com is composed of 195 members. The most represented countries are Spain, USA and France. The approach of this site is not to make gender an extraordinary characteristic, but on the contrary, to […]
A short film by Blu: an ambiguous animation painted on public walls. Made in: Buenos Aires and in Baden Music by: Andrea Martignoni Produced by: Mercurio Film Assistant: Sibe
Bulgarian seaside town of Tsarevo hosts an international graffiti festival titled ‘Meeting of Styles’, the press center of the Municipality of Tsarevo informed. It is the third time the Meeting is coming down to Bulgaria, only now gurus in the genre, such as the Germans SAT ONE and HERAKUT, DRAN of France as well as […]