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LDN Blog - London Graffiti and Street Art, documented - Updated 05/03/2011. Ventures out and about, featuring streets, walls, halls of fame, exhibitions and just about anything found in and around London.

LDN Blog - London Graffiti and Street Art, documented - Updated 05/03/2011

New: Frontline Magazine - Call for submissions! UKFrontline are looking for photos of London graffiti for submission to Issue 3 of 'Frontline', London's underground graffiti magazine. New: LDN Events updated - 09/04/2014 New events added including Rone at StolenSpace, Gustavo Ortiz at Pure Evil Department Store, YZ, Roy's People and more in London. Walls and Shutters - 31/03/2014. The Street Work of Banksy: British Graffiti Artist. Banksy is the pseudonym of a British graffiti artist, political activist and painter, whose identity is unconfirmed.

The Street Work of Banksy: British Graffiti Artist

Using a unique stenciling technique Banksy’s artistic works of political and social commentary have been featured on streets, walls, and bridges of cities throughout the world. Here we’ll show you some of the best work from this international street artist Banksy. Be sure to check out Banksy.co.uk And the Online Shop Banksy.co.ukOnline Shop Sponsored Links © 2011 Design Cookbook. Manifesto. The OBEY sticker campaign can be explained as an experiment in Phenomenology.

Manifesto

Heidegger describes Phenomenology as “the process of letting things manifest themselves.” Phenomenology attempts to enable people to see clearly something that is right before their eyes but obscured; things that are so taken for granted that they are muted by abstract observation. The FIRST AIM OF PHENOMENOLOGY is to reawaken a sense of wonder about one’s environment. The OBEY sticker attempts to stimulate curiosity and bring people to question both the sticker and their relationship with their surroundings.

Because people are not used to seeing advertisements or propaganda for which the product or motive is not obvious, frequent and novel encounters with the sticker provoke thought and possible frustration, nevertheless revitalizing the viewer’s perception and attention to detail. Shepard Fairey, 1990. A screaming mass of energy – doodle art by Jon Burgerman. Digital Light Art. November 13th, 2010 Anila Arshad Light art is a form of visual art where main media of expression is light.

Digital Light Art

Light has been used for architectural aesthetically effects throughout human history. However, the modern concept of light art emerged with the development of artificial light sources and experimenting modern art. Examples of light art include works by Dan Flavin, Olafur Eliasson, James Turrell, Waltraut Cooper, Aleksandra Stratimirovic, Austine Wood Comarow, Tim White-Sobieski and many others. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Cool Star Wars Graffiti. Star Wars has embedded itself in to public consciousness throughout the world.

Cool Star Wars Graffiti

It has also served as inspiration for artists who have grown up with the movies and ultimately develop their own artistic take, not always it has to be said in a strictly legal manner. Graffiti is loved by some and loathed by many but it would have to be a hard hearted Star Wars fan who didn't crack a smile when confronted with these. Here is a brief whistle stop tour of the coolest Star Wars graffiti we could find.

These Walkers can be found in Brighton, Massachussets. As you can see from the car and the passervy the scale is grand. Sometimes fun can be had with a little movie mix and match. These Reservoir Storm Troopers are in the Waterloo area of London, UK. Darth Vader makes his inevitable appearance in Atlanta, Georgia. ...you guessed it. There is only one Star Wars King of Cool, however. Light Criticism. Street Art Comes Alive! (20 pics + video) South African artist Robin Rhode takes street art to a whole new level by adding in performances.

Street Art Comes Alive! (20 pics + video)

Using everyday materials like chalk, charcoal or paint, he conjures up creative stories and then adds in actors to his "plays. " What starts out as a simple drawing of figures and shapes, magically transforms itself into a clever piece of performance street art! Most interestingly, Rhode often returns to his native South Africa, creating pieces on the streets of Johannesburg that address social issues like poverty and inequality. Watch this video to get to know the artist. Source: Perry Rubenstein Gallery Other Art That Comes Alive:Terry Border Makes Everyday Objects Come AliveMysterious Shadow PeopleWhen Shadows Come AliveIf Graffiti Came Alive - Saint Pauli.

Graffiti Art & Graphic Design. Alëxone.