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Taking Streetart to the streets is a great idea! I Was surprised when I first saw the Tate Galery Streetart exhibition in London about known and unknown streetart artists. We’ve been looking for about an hour to find the exhibition in and around the galery and didn’t even realize we’re already within.
Tony Goldman transformed old warehouses with no windows into an art galery and said „Wynwood’s large stock of warehouse buildings, all with no windows, would be my giant canvases to bring to them the greatest street art ever seen in one place.“ He created a short-form docuseries explaining the public art innvovations of Streetart: „Here comes the neighborhood“ Watch all Wynwood stuff here.
Banksy has finally made „his“ first movie. And believe me, it’s not only a streetart documentary! I’m just a little surprised that the movie called „Exit through the gift shop“ is published by Paramount?!
Found at The Independent
Xbox went on with its XBOX ALIVE project and killed several cities with massive street art projections on walls, privat & public buildings. You can see how the London artist Sunil Pawar draw the pieces in realtime on the walls by „beamvertising“.
2008 is becoming the year of Street Art, Street Design and Street Culture. The Mac design of 2006 is an early artwork that underlines how technology driven products can benefit from Street Culture and Street Art. See how Apple products are remixed with stencils. I’m 100% sure, we will see more lifestyle products marketing stuff using Street Art this summer :-)
See all the artworks on Sata Stenc-O-Rama
This gun camera adds grafitti to peoples pictures without seeing them before taking the picture! Spooky. This is called „Image Fulgurator“, half guerrilla-art stunt and half homemade-gadget awesomeness. Berlin based artist Julius von Bismarck uses his oddly named camera-mod to project images onto street furniture where they appear in the photos of strangers, but remain invisible to their eyes. Continue Reading ›