Monday, September 21, 2009

In The Headlines

Great weekend: cheered on my fierce XC ladies, saw a concert, doodled in the grocery story (where I created a new sticker character), and made a fabulous apple pie. At this rate, I'm going to have to dedicate a weekend strictly to sleep soon; that sleep bank is getting mighty low. Recharge from your wild weekend with these headlines.
Jef Aerosol's Dublin show opens this Friday at Gallery Zozimus. The show runs through October 11.

Omino 71 caught up with Marco About on his blog this week.

The Fridge Gallery opened in Washington, D.C., last week. Decoy kicks things off with "Memento Mori," a collection of her latest work.

In California, Palm Springs wants to spice up its downtown with some storefront art installations.

Tel Aviv has a phenomenal street art scene that I'd love to check out.

Robots Will Kill hit Brooklyn with their "Where the Wild Robots Are" mural, a piece inspired by Maurice Sendak and his creepy characters.

DEAL CIA (Eric Felisbret) chatted with Gothamist about his old school graffiti days and how the game changed.

Artistic duo Telephone and Soup shared stencil photos from their six month stay in Morocco.

If you're driving on the Pacific Coast Highway, don't rubberneck to see this stencil. Please park your car and then proceed to gawk.

Bristol chooses to change the law and leave street art removal up to public referendum.

1 comment:

  1. Oh wow, this got every one going - fascinating input mixed with a good read.