Happy weekend. Hope you’ve had a less busy week than me.
- Various and Gould spotted this odd but awesome tribute to a piece of graffiti in Berlin.
- Jaz recently visited C215′s town of Vitry, France, where he painted this stunning wall.
- Meanwhile, Anthony Lister is going huge in LA.
- Also on the west coast, Aryz painted one of his best murals to date in San Fransisco.
- In Miami, the city commissioner complains that a mural risks making a neighborhood look like a ghetto. Kinda funny given how muralists have been accused of helping to gentrify Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood.
- Ben Eine is always a joy to watch on camera. A nice, honest guy who just doesn’t feel like giving his friends free paint.
- Mear One and Ben Slow collaborate in LA, and it’s Mear’s first mural with a brush.
- Invader hit London. What do you think about the Star Wars themed piece? It’s not for me.
- Rochester’s Wall Therapy mural project has an IndieGoGo campaign running to try and fund this year’s event.
- A bit late on this one, but tonight the shop/gallery/bookstore Needles and Pens celebrated 10 years of existence with a huge show at The Luggage Store in San Fransisco including work by Know Hope, Deuce Seven, Pez, and so many other talented artists. Luckily, the show is on through June 8th.
- Also late to mention that Martin Whatson had a show opening this week Reed Projects in Stavanger, Norway.
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