Let’s see what has been happening off of Vandalog this week.
- I recently wrote a list of Complex.com giving my thoughts on the 50 greatest street artists right now. Let me know what you think. So far, the main criticism (besides the usual “screw you” flame war stuff) seems to be that I did not include enough women.
- The London Vandal broke a story about British former graffiti writers being arrested and being released on bail until November under some absurdly restrictive conditions. For example, they can’t enter a train station or use trains in London until November unless they can prove that they are going to court, to visit a lawyer or to make a journey relating to business or education. The New Statesman corrected some of The London Vandal’s claims and so the story is perhaps not as wild as initially reported, but it’s still a pretty messed up situation where bail conditions are being used solely for the purpose of maybe making The Olympics run more smoothly. Hyperallergic has more.
- Some great anti-Romney stickers are appearing in Philadelphia.
- This is a great piece by Remio.
- Meggs’ show at White Walls Gallery in SF is open and Graffuturism has photos.
- King Brown Magazine’s latest issue is launching in NYC on July 26th with a show including Mike Giant, Reka, Greg LaMarche, Anthony Lister, Sheryo, The Yok and others.
- DALeast’s latest mural is a beauty in a place that could use some art.
- Satterugly is doing some crazy stuff in Mexico.
Photo courtesy of M-CityCategory: Art News, Gallery/Museum Shows, Photos, Random, Vandalog Projects | Tags: anthony lister, daleast, greg lamarche, m-city, Meggs, mike giant, reka, remio, romney, satterugly, sheryo, The Yok, white walls