Monday, October 26, 2009

In The Headlines

How is the weekend already over? I didn't do anything! Most of my time was spent catching up and bracing myself for the coming week. :Sigh.: Anyway, I pulled together a bunch of new headlines for you this morning. Let's see what we've got.
Victor Ash is busy as always in Berlin. Here's a taste of his latest piece.

The LA Times busts Shepard Fairey's chops about the AP debacle. Ouch. Question: do you think he's going to be able to recover from this perjury affair? Discuss in the comments.

The New York Times mentioned the updated edition of Graffiti World in the book review.

With the creation of the High Line, lots of Chelsea's graffiti got the scrub.

In San Francisco, Art In Storefronts hopes to revitalize bleak streets.

NBC News seemed a bit confused by Dick Chicken's show in Williamsburg last Friday.

Omino 71 interviewed Fida on Roma Street Food.

In Australia, Melina Vassallo's new book immortalizes the street art of Sydney's inner west.

Some unusual pieces of art popped up in Dunedin, New Zealand, over the weekend. The locals aren't sure how to react.

Paris embraces graffiti with "NĂ© Dans La Rue" at the Fondation Cartier.

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