Over the last few months, we’ve been working hard at Vandalog to produce content both for the blog and for the other sites that we post on around the web, and so it seems worth mentioning just what those other sites art. So, where else besides Vandalog.com can you find Vandalog content?
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This week I’ve got a rather major correction to make. A few days ago, I wrote about a piece by Jeice2 where it looked like he went over a bunch of tags with with a poster. Turns out, the poster was just taped on for the purpose of a photograph, and so the graffiti was not covered.
Anyway, here’s what I’ve been looking at this week:
So even though Vandalog is an online blog, we are always trying to expand into different media. We have our Twitters (RJ, Tom, Elisa and myself, Facebook page, Flickr, Babelgum videos and now we have Tumblr. It is a bit daunting, but we like to post so many different bits everywhere that it just makes sense. The Tumblr page will primarily be run by myself and will be a mix of Vandalog posts, reposts from other people’s blogs, rants, raves and just generally more informal writing for those of you who appreciate my sarcastic style. So if you have a Tumblr follow us at: Vandalog.tumblr.com
And if you are that keen to follow my personal page (which I doubt unless you want to hear talk from a 22 year old female) you can find me here. Convince RJ to make one too. His personal life is far more interesting than you all know.
This week was exam week, so that means that the majority of my time was split equally between studying and procrastinating with my roommates on N64 and that this week’s link-o-rama is a bit longer than usual:
A perfect example of how street art can brighten up a community (unless there’s backlash for trying to make the site of a car crash look nice, like the backlash when artists painted the separation wall in Palestine).