Archive for the ‘Street Art’ Category

Shepard Fairey was on Charlie Rose’s Real Talk on Monday. They go into his influence on the Obama campaign, and then some of his past politically driven work. I really can’t say anything negative about this man’s work, nothing but love here. Go check it out.


Posted By: Nae It’s amazing. Even when school is out and we have a three week long break, I am still feeling swamped. So swamped that I have been neglecting my blogging!  Well, I made some free time today and was clicking away on Behance and came across Monica Hernandez. She is a fine artist […]


non-graffiti

19Nov08

Posted by: Raine Here’s another thing I’m going to do to Vancouver while in my ninja outfit… reverse graffiti! This concept fascinates me. Partially because it looks so stunning but mostly I think because it makes you realise how much grit and grime is coated over cities. But I love that there are people out […]


Posted by: Raine Check out these cool storm drains! I wish we had stuff like this in Vancouver. It would make our frequent rainy days a little more tolerable. The ‘famous artist’ drains made me laugh, too. And I didn’t add it as a pic below, because I’m sure you’ve all seen it already, but […]


Posted by: Nae Mark Jenkins is a street/experimental artist who specializes in tape sculptures. He figured out how cool tape sculptures could be as a kid and ever since then has been taping things up, molding and causing a stir with his tape babies, tape people, tape animals and other such tape things. There is […]


shadow pictures

30Oct08

Posted by: Raine (Sorry for the lack of posts, we really got lost in schoolwork this past week!) Check out this remarkable installation by Kumi Yamashita from Japan. This blew my mind a little. Check out some of her other work, too. She does some great portraits made with rubbings (remember when you used to […]


Posted by: Timothy K. Yet another post on the hijinks of the Graffiti Research Lab. The laser projection system developed by the GRL (which I blogged about earlier) has been modified to “interact with the surfaces upon which they are projected.” Click on the image to check it out! If you have a chance, you […]