What a great weekend! With amazing friends, delicious food, and lovely weather, 24 feels pretty good. I have the day off, so I will spend today chilling with friends and bracing myself for more work and meets this week. While I sip coffee and figure out my day, take a look through the week's headlines.
When life gives you potholes, you can always make street art.
Global Voices Online explores street art in Colombia, Peru, and Guatemala.
Sometimes overanalysis is a good thing; check out Graffiti Analysis to break down any tag.
Once5 reinterprets The Last Supper with a Communist version featuring Fidel Castro.
In India, this year’s Madras Art Initiative derived inspiration from graffiti.
Sydney tries to sort out its double standard about street art.
Sakristan and Skount have a new show opening on January 22 in Madrid, Spain.
In his spare time, a Salem schoolteacher photographs street art. He’ll exhibit his photos from February 2 to April 4.
As part of the Bonjour, India partnership, ten French street artists including Jef Aerosol and L’Atlas will show works in India from January 16 to the 23.
In addition to his appearance in India, Jef Aerosol’s show All Shook Up runs from January 29 to February 21.
Artists in the Cayman Islands harness the power of street art for public outreach initiatives.