This week’s link-o-rama is a few days delayed. Parents were in town earlier this week and even came to an event some friends of mine organized at Haverford College: A talk by Jayson Musson (the artist who created and plays the character Hennessy Youngman). I don’t think my mom was amused. Here’s what I’ve been reading this week:
- Fault Magazine interviewed me about street art and The Underbelly Project.
- Open Walls Baltimore is coming along nicely.
- Shok-1 and Remi/Rough collaborated on a wall.
- D*face has been busy in NYC.
- Shepard Fairey is the latest artist to work with Montana on custom spray cans. Of course, they come in red, black and creme.
- David Shrigley is the latest artist to have his work on a billboard near the Highline.
- Seven Years with Banksy by Robert Clarke allegedly offers a behind-the-scenes look at Banksy. I haven’t read it yet, but it’s out in the UK here and USA here.
- I’ve heard a lot of people talking about Crash lately. While I don’t buy the hype myself (but I’m willing to be convinced), it seems worth mentioning that he has a show of watercolors on now in Paris.
- Veng is showing now at Mighty Tanaka in Brooklyn.
Photos by Martha Cooper
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