With the riots and protests in Egypt, I thought the above sticker is a worthwhile thing to consider this week. I’m a bit late on this week’s link-o-rama.
- If you like Simon and Garfunkel, this one’s for you.
- I love you so much.
- A TWIST bus stop from 1995. And intense Barry McGee fans may appreciate this video, but it’s kind of lost on me.
- Seems really interesting that this piece has text in English even though it’s placed in Iran. As if they intended for a good number people to see it online in the Western world and placed as much importance on that as on people seeing it in person.
- The Nuart documentary is streaming live online on Monday.
- An artist in Toronto is posting up portraits of his dead partner.
- This seems like odd placement of an LA Freewalls mural by INSA, given that I’m pretty sure he claims his work is about not objectifying.
- Swampy was interviewed for the NYTimes Magazine.
- Juxtapoz has two posts detailing the Shepard Fairey and Mark Mothersbaugh show currently on at Subliminal Projects. Shepard’s stuff looks really good.
- Shepard has being having a very reasoned dialog on his website about the 2nd amendment.
- Hyperallergic reviewed Street|Studio, a book about the Melbourne street art and graffiti scene written by Miso, Ghostpatrol and Alison Young.
- This looks like a crazy group show in LA next week.
- Ripo’s solo show in Barcelona looks nice.
Photo by Loisinwonderland