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Collection of artists and places where street art is prevalent.
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Photographer Addresses Gender In 'The Pink And Blue Project'

Photographer Addresses Gender In 'The Pink And Blue Project' | Global Street Art | Scoop.it
South Korean artist JeongMee Yoon first embarked on "The Pink and Blue Project" when her five-year-old daughter couldn't get enough candy-colored possessions.

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Dallas' first 'free wall,' in West Dallas, gives graffiti artists a legal canvas - Dallas Morning News

Dallas' first 'free wall,' in West Dallas, gives graffiti artists a legal canvas - Dallas Morning News | Global Street Art | Scoop.it
Dallas' first 'free wall,' in West Dallas, gives graffiti artists a legal canvas
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About a dozen graffiti artists descended on an abandoned West Dallas warehouse Saturday afternoon, tagging its walls with spray paint.
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Graffiti artists turn abandoned luxury liner into giant, psychedelic canvas

Graffiti artists turn abandoned luxury liner into giant, psychedelic canvas | Global Street Art | Scoop.it
The Duke of Lancaster: A hulking, rusting, abandoned ship has become a canvas for world's top graffiti artists. (RT @SeanWeiss: Abandoned luxury liner being uesd by Grafitti artists - pretty cool work.
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G A N T I L L A N O: STREET ART UTOPIA COLORFUL STAIRS

G A N T I L L A N O: STREET ART UTOPIA COLORFUL STAIRS | Global Street Art | Scoop.it

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Street art in the digital age: Q&A with graffiti pro Peeta | Digital Trends

Street art in the digital age: Q&A with graffiti pro Peeta | Digital Trends | Global Street Art | Scoop.it
Italian graffiti writer "Peeta" gives us an inside look at street art in the Internet era.

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ABCNT Interview | Street Art SF

ABCNT Interview | Street Art SF | Global Street Art | Scoop.it
ABCNT’s art has a voice and its message is very present. This is about a lot more than art. This is a visual protest.

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Webgrrl's curator insight, April 14, 2013 8:25 AM

DO YOU HAVE AN ART AND DESIGN BACKGROUND? IF SO CAN YOU ELABORATE A BIT.

Yes.. I’ve accrued massive student debt for choosing to further my education after high school. As a result of my experience, i cant say that i necessarily recommend art & design institutions, only in certain cases, maybe.. But my advice is to stay disciplined, read books, read lots of books. Read books they wouldnt tell you to read.. Research on the internet & stay out of the financial system, stay out of debt. When you go to school all they do is reference the real world so stay interested and dont get comfortable. If you want to be a doctor or something else thats crazy specialized, obviously you go to school. 

 

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Street Artist Roadsworth Transforms the Streets of Montreal into a Visual Playground #art #streetart

Street Artist Roadsworth Transforms the Streets of Montreal into a Visual Playground #art #streetart | Global Street Art | Scoop.it

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Cassie Maddocks's curator insight, May 6, 2013 7:18 AM

The images in this article are perfect examples of European street art. Please look through the images in this article to gain a greater insight into the world of street art. The artworks in this article have subject matter in them that we have been discussing in class.

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Street Art Goes Global

Street Art Goes Global | Global Street Art | Scoop.it
Maybe you are familiar with the names of American street art's key players, from Barry McGee to Swoon, but can you name the equivalent artists revamping the streets of Chile, Egypt or Palestine?
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Photo essay: Political graffiti and street art in Caracas | Suffragio

Photo essay: Political graffiti and street art in Caracas | Suffragio | Global Street Art | Scoop.it
I'll say one thing, though, and this goes well beyond street art: if any of my friends want to run for politics, I'll send them to Caracas to talk to the chavistas because, while Capriles has a rapidly deteriorating economy, ...
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Street Art Goes Global

Street Art Goes Global | Global Street Art | Scoop.it
Maybe you are familiar with the names of American street art's key players, from Barry McGee to Swoon, but can you name the equivalent artists revamping the streets of Chile, Egypt or Palestine?
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Street art Street Art Game Boy

Street art Street Art Game Boy | Global Street Art | Scoop.it

Via Deloste
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Mallory Garland's curator insight, March 25, 2013 12:52 PM

Cool, looks just like the original.

bancoideas's curator insight, April 24, 2013 8:04 AM

Una adecuada intervención de los espacios cotidianos, transforma las emociones y sugiere recuerdos a quienes los habitan. ¿que tal este ejemplo?

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Berlin Street Art - How Graffiti Has Destoyed A Great German City | Nate Robert

Berlin Street Art - How Graffiti Has Destoyed A Great German City | Nate Robert | Global Street Art | Scoop.it


I’m rarely negative on Yomadic. Mainly, because I’ve been travelling for five months, three continents, and a big handful of countries – so far.  I’ve gained a big serving of perspective on the world we all live in. Which brings me to Berlin. If there’s one thing I truly can’t be negative about – its Berlin street art. Call it graffiti if you will. I’ll continue to call it street art in this article. I have no preference. Either way, I find it difficult to think of a single example of street art or graffiti that has negatively effected any city, on any country, on Earth. When I say “destroyed”, I mean it. As in “we destroyed that breakfast buffet, that bacon was unbelievable!”. It’s street slang thang. People, it’s time for some perspective. Cities around the world spend a sizeable fortune every day, removing street art and graffiti in the name of cleanliness and beautification. As with most things I disagree with, I can only assume this is due to the wishes of a vocal minority. Most cities have far higher priorities than removing graffiti – which by it’s very nature is temporary. Indeed, in an Ironic twist, London authorities are now spending serious cash to protect some street art from decay, such is the appeal. Copenhagen Denmark, a success story when it comes to urban planning, embraces street art. As does Berlin. Berlin street art is, in a word, prolific. In areas like Friedrichshain – a hip inner city Berlin district – tags, paintings, murals, political statements, fine art, and sculpture cover everything from houses to shop fronts, to trains and historical monuments. Sometimes, cars. And unless there had been an enormous influx of artists in the last few weeks, it’s safe to say nobody is too interested in removing any of the art.


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Ainara Manterola's curator insight, May 6, 2013 3:14 PM

Berlin, el paraíso de los amantes del graffiti.

Lindsey Lindgren's curator insight, July 13, 2014 8:29 PM

This German area is an example of when graffiti is not art, but destructive. The message and purpose for graffiti should be one that is positive and encouraging. The negative messages are not what art is about. I think in some areas of the US there is a similar struggle to make graffiti a medium to present positive messages. Instead there are gangs that use the medium to mark territories.

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Jogja’s Political Street Art Flourishes

Jogja’s Political Street Art Flourishes | Global Street Art | Scoop.it

Though street art is technically illegal in Indonesia, ephemera such as murals, posters and stickers are cropping up overnight in the city of Yogyakarta, challenging capitalism and the country’s leaders.


Via Jules Rochielle
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