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The 50 Best Street Art Work Selected in 2011

The 50 Best Street Art Work Selected in 2011
Looking for street arts? then have a look at these best selected street artists of the year. With one of the most authoritative resource… for 2011. Anyways I love what has been done to the streets and it looks amazing in every sense. [ad700] [ad1] [ad2] Ads by Google

Stencil Graffiti.com STREETSY El grafiti, esa "violencia urbana"#.T-FUNv12IiA.twitter#.T-FUNv12IiA.twitter#.T-FUNv12IiA.twitter Negar que una pintada en una puerta sin permiso del vecino, o en un bloque de pisos recién rehabilitado, puede ser un acto incívico - y, por lo tanto, objeto de infracción - parece tan absurdo como asociar el grafiti, sin matices, con la “violencia”. Por ello, las palabras del ministro del Interior de este lunes, en una conferencia en Tribuna Barcelona, han sorprendido a muchos. Jorge Fernández Díaz aseguró, literalmente, que la “violencia urbana adopta formas muy diversas. Un grafiti, por ejemplo, representa una forma elemental de violencia, ya que intenta imponer mensajes en el espacio público”. No hace falta ser un experto en arte contemporáneo para comprender que el grafiti ha sido (y es) fundamental para el lenguaje visual de finales del siglo XX y principios del XXI. ¿Quiere decir ello que todo el mundo puede arrojar pintura allá donde le plazca? Lo que es absolutamente cierto, y no se puede negar, es que el grafiti intenta ofrecer “un mensaje en el espacio público”.

sidewalk chalk guy sidewalk chalk guy «« back to gprime.net all material copyrighted by its original creator | Best Street Art of 2011 December 27, 2011 | 72 Comments » | Topics: Art, Pics Hot Stories From Around The Web Other Awesome Stories Mark Jenkins // Street Installations Besançon Rome Rio de Janeiro Tudela London Dublin Moscow Winston-Salem Seoul Royan Bordeaux Puerto del Rosario Barcelona Malmö Washington DC Washington, DC Jonone. Mode 2 TCA CTK 93MC/NTM - The Writers Bench Publié par Mr Potatomer 14 avr. 10 - 22:34Writers Paris - Londre The Chrome Angels - Crime Time Kings - 93 Mafia Crew/Nique Ta Mère Commentaires Ajouter votre commentaire Insultes, racisme, violence, extrémisme politique ou religieux, sexisme, pornographie ou tout autre contenu illégal sont interdits par nos conditions générales d'utilisation.

Dessiner Paris, depuis le trottoir ou dans une rame de métro Dessiner Paris, depuis le trottoir ou dans une rame de métro Dessiner à Paris gratuitement et hors des cours de dessins classiques, c'est possible. Rencontre avec ces passionnés qui ont lancé une nouvelle mode en dessinant la ville autrement : son architecture, ses habitants, son patrimoine, mais aussi ses salles de concerts ou encore son métro. Quel est le point commun entre les Urban Sketchers, ces dessinateurs de rue et les croqueurs du métro du site De lignes en ligne ? Les urban sketchers Cette New-Yorkaise d’origine ne dessinait pas avant d’arriver à Paris, elle a pris la tête du mouvement parisien en février 2011. Objectif du jour : s’installer rue de Mouzaïa dans le 19e arrondissement et dessiner, tout simplement. Des novices et des professionnels Bientôt, chacun se trouve une place, certains ont amené un siège de camping, d’autres s’adossent à un mur, ou se mettent à genoux sur le trottoir, carnet posé sur le sol. Ras le bol des écrans ! « Dessiner le beau et... le moche »

LA community group calls for thieves to return work done by Banksy during Oscars By Amy Oliver Updated: 02:48 GMT, 23 March 2011 An original painting by elusive street artist Banksy is a serious investment. So serious some are using drastic - and even illegal - measures to obtain one. A number of new works attributed to the artist, which sprang up during the run up to the Oscars in Los Angeles last month, have since been defaced or stolen. Now one LA community group is calling for them to be returned. Now you see it... 'Just before the Academy Awards a number of unique pieces of 'graffiti' appeared in Los Angeles, San Diego and neighbouring communities,' group All Voices wrote in an open letter. 'A majority of this art was attributed to world-famous, anonymous British graffiti artist, political activist, film director and painter Banksy. 'Unfortunately, much of this art was immediately removed and in most cases stolen from the private property where it was originally painted. Where's it gone? They also called for the artist, famous for eluding the press, to get in touch.

A French Hotel Room Half Covered in Graffiti Internationally recognized graffiti artist Tilt has just completed this eye-popping interior design work for the Au Vieux Panier hotel in Marseille, France. The hotel has just five rooms that are annually reconceptualized by commissioned artists and designers, somewhat similar to NYC’s Carlton Arms. For this space entitled Panic Room (which might aptly describe your mental state after a few nights in this Willy Wonkaesque environment) Tilt divided the room perfectly down the middle, one half covered entirely in his trademark vibrant and bubbly graffiti and the other half left stark white.

Bodies in Urban Spaces | Don't Panic Magazine People of urban spaces, keep a lookout for mysterious figures in brightly coloured hoodies occupying corners you never knew your city had. We spoke to art director Willi Dorner who has been arranging faceless people in public places for seven years now. What is Bodies in Urban Spaces? BIUS started as a photo-project in July 2004. I got a residency in a residential building in Vienna for six weeks and I worked there on several ideas in this newly built apartment. They offered me a card blanche. Who gets involved? People on the street, passers by, pedestrians and the performers. How do you decide where to go? I always go there ahead of time before I start working on the installations. How do people react when they see you? Well, this is quite a wide range of reactions, from 'wow' and surprise, laughing, smiling to the other end of the spectrum provoking anger, aggression. What do you want people to take away from the experience of seeing Bodies in Urban Spaces? What's up next?

banksy versus bristol museum a few years ago i attended an uh-mazing banksy exhibition in downtown los angeles and have been eagerly awaiting the elusive graffiti artist's return. alas, mr. bansky choose instead to set up his latest wares in new york and bristol. on june 13th, banksy's largest exhibition entitled "banksy versus bristol museum" was unveiled at the bristol city museum. it features more than 100 of banksy's works mixed amongst the museum's permanent collection (including a mouse with a backpack tucked inside of a natural history case. someone, please send me a picture! check out the mouse here. thanks, matt, more the picture!). on opening day, a line of eager fans snaked around the corner, waiting more than an hour for admission. and finally, a picasso banksy WHORANGE philosophy... {images via art of the state, nikolaasB, and the guardian uk.} UPDATE!

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