Monday, May 17, 2010

In The Headlines

Shazam. If every weekend were like the last one, I don't think I'd be able to get through the five day work week. With minimal sleep and maximum adventuring, I can't believe how packed this weekend was. I learned how hard it is to find a Twinkie in NYC (?!?), how to appropriately dress for summer weather (thanks, Mawena), and contributed to a whole line of tee shirts (people, get ready). Definitely going to be late to work today, but well worth it. Now, headlines!

Agents of Change are gearing up for a summer filled with festivals.

The new book Drainspotting chronicles street art on Japanese drain covers.

Here's a look at Venezuela's controversial street art scene.

Did Banksy end up in Boston, Toronto, Chicago, and Detroit? Toronto artist Posterchild shares his thoughts on Banksy's work.

Mark your calendars, kids: Upfest is coming to Bristol for the first weekend of June.

If you find yourself in St. Louis, here are ten street pieces you need to see up close.

In San Francisco, street art has moved way beyond the confines of the Mission.

Atlanta's Living Walls conference doesn't kick off until August, but it's already getting press.

Brooklyn Street Art caught up with ROA and compiled some video footage.

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