This week is spring break, so I’ve been enjoying some relaxation and watching too many films on Netflix, but in the mean time, there were of course some stories that slipped by me. Here are some of them:
- Some of my favorite photographers in the UK have put together a graffiti zine.
- So apparently, the name Banksy written on a piece of cardboard automatically adds exactly $68,500 of value to said piece of cardboard.
- Speaking of Banksy, this post raises some questions about what really separates Banksy from the crowd.
- Todd James, Steve Powers and Barry McGee, the three artists behind the legendary Street Market show are reuniting at LA MOCA’s Art In The Streets exhibit next month.
- Mark Dean Veca is going to be doing a live painting event in New York for most of next week.
- Stik’s show in London is at possibly the coolest indoor gallery venue imaginable.
- Becca has some new work up.
- This piece by Snyder has fantastic placement.
- That cool-looking film about the guys who illegally buff graffiti, Vigilante Vigilante, is almost done but needs a bit more money for editing, so they’ve got a Kickstarter campaign started.
- Looks like The Leonard Street Gallery saga from a few years ago isn’t quite over.
Photo by Overunder
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