Browsing All Posts filed under »Graffiti«

Graffiti seeds within us all

February 4, 2011

0

The seed is within us all. Artistic expression lies within all of us, like a seedling bursting with life and potential. In order for growth to occur, it must be nourished. Minimal light and drops of water are the difference between life and death to this kernel. What if that seed is deprived those essentials, […]

Wal-Mart effect and the East End

January 6, 2011

0

East Main Street in Riverhead, NY is no exception to Fishman's theory. The once thriving home of the 1933 Art Deco Suffolk Theatre, seating 896 throughout its 2 stories, has degraded into a merchant's ghost town. Determined to overcome, The Riverhead Enterprise, Apollo Group, EEAC and approximately 60 artists have collaborated to strengthen their defense, with The East End's largest outdoor art gallery,

Early NY Subway Graffiti 1973-1975 by Keith Baugh

December 29, 2010

0

Early New York Subway Graffiti 1973-1975 by Keith Baugh Keith Baugh captures this cultural phenomenon Shooting his photos mostly from NYC tracks, high above the action, Keith Baugh made himself a fly on the wall in the early 1970’s. Fortunately for us this English painter and photographer had chosen the same walls as some of […]

Deadly game of tag

April 24, 2010

0

In an interview with a Canadian TV station, Kachur’s mother, Theresa Brochet said she is not sure how to feel about her son’s alleged killers being arrested. She said on one hand she feels relief, but on the other, the boys are “children themselves and the arrest won’t bring Brian back.”

Graffiti wall is no match for Khloe Kardashian

April 24, 2010

0

The set designer and graff artist for this event, Andrea von Bujdoss AKA "Queen Andrea" is a native New Yorker who was raised in the vibrant Soho neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City.

Chalfant’s graffiti bible commemorated

April 8, 2010

0

Chalfant’s graffiti bible commemorated “There is no easy way to learn the complicated wildstyle, and no substitute for time. Rather, the best way to learn is through recapitulating the entire history of graffiti art, from the simple to the complex.” Chalfant-Graffiti bible read the entire article

Graffiti artists transform NYC and beyond

April 6, 2010

0

This unsolicited artistic expression surfaced in New York City in the late 1960's. "Tags" appeared in subway cars asserted by teens with permanent markers, to broadcast their name and street number