It’s back to school in a few days for the college-aged Vandalog bloggers. Caroline moving to New York City tomorrow, so say hello if you see her around.
- Shepard Fairey has a show of his printed works opening next month at The Public Trust, a gallery in Dallas.
- Although it frustrates me how Sever comes across as a graffiti writer who hates street art and also does street art, he actually makes some good work. Here’s a great piece from him about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, as posted to his (I believe new) website.
- AEC of Interesni Kazki painted this mural for FAME Festival.
- This I’m pretty sure this or something similar has been done before, but I still like this Monopoly-themed street art in Chicago.
- In Myanmar, graffiti seems to be a sign of improvement and more freedom for the country’s citizens, even if the work is still technically illegal.
- More people need to do this. Looks like a really fun way to waste cops’ time.
- This mural by A.Signl does a really fantastic job of highlighting some issues with being a consumer who also cares about human rights.
- LA’s Corey Helford Gallery will be showing Giles Walker’s spectacular The Last Supper installation. The show runs September 8th-22nd.
- Looking at this new piece from Jade and comparing it to just a year and a half ago, it’s impressive how far he’s come.
- New York’s Moustache Man has a show at the UCB Theatre next month about his experience drawing moustaches on advertisements around NYC and subsequently getting arrested.
- Aryz and Os Gemeos are collaborating on this mural in Lodz for Urban Forms Gallery.
Photo courtesy of Don’t Fret
Category: Events, Gallery/Museum Shows, Photos, Random | Tags: a.signl, aryz, corey helford gallery, don't fret, Giles Walker, Interesni Kazki, jade, moustache man, os gemeos, sever, shepard fairey, urban forms