Reminds me of making I’m Aware for video for Clinic - unquestionably Sesame Street is RAD.
Graffomat is all you need for last minute illegal art needs – I am trying to get one for the Chance Collective / Idea Generation Gallery!
GRAFFOMAT is entering the market with a new state of the art graffiti supply vending machine!
GRAFFOMAT will supply you with all of your favorite state of the art graffiti supplies such as markers, caps, gloves, and everything else that the graffiti writer needs. Including ski masks!
Forget about the times where you would run out of paint in the middle of the night and there would be nothing you could do about it. Graffomat is here for you 24 hours a day, located easily accessible on almost every street corner in your neighborhood.
(awesome but these guys do look like total knobs)
D*Face anatomical oscars appeared for one day only – this one was at LA’s Runyon Canyon with a caption reading “‘Beauty is one snip away’ -D*Face.” It also confused the shit out of some Americans!
A Mel’s Drive-In Hollywood manager, who asked only to be identified as Sam, told NBCLA that a similar statue has been found in the restaurant’s parking lot.
“We don’t know what it is,” said Sam. “It’s nothing that anyone here did.”
That statue’s caption read, “Beauty is skin deep.”
It’s now been 13 eyars since Biggie Smalls was gunned down and murdered – and the #ripbig hashtag is starting to rein supreme on Twitter. Love or hate (me) his music you can’t argue the cultural significance of it.
Here is a gallery of B.I.G street art – another way people have been paying respects innit.
This is such an awesome trailer – head over to www.banksyfilm.com to find out more… …I am saying nothing. My lips are sealed
Don’t worry after this post I am spent on the gingerbread front!
Never say I am not good to you – here is an unintentionally petrifying clip from Sesame Street – Muppets in fancy dress (in this instance gingerbread men) is a concept far too complicated to get my head around.
Loving the work of the The Decapitator – a UK artist who beheads street advertisements in a rather brutal fashion. I really wish I had thought of this idea, it’s inspired.
As reported in Columbia Today (?) (via Buzzfeed) he launched alternative versions of November’s Rolling Stone magazine, featuring a beheaded Shakira on the cover, and put up altered posters of advertisements, put up posters of the decapitated Colombian pop idol in New York City after previously striking in London, São Paulo and Paris. Brilliantly he even put out a limited edition of the magazine with the headless Shakira in the magazine racks of Barnes & Noble at Union Square.
All of that said we did this activity at Cow three years ago to launch the C’mons!