Although many works of art are dubbed "priceless," we rarely encounter any that are actually free. On that note, we giddily introduce you to our new favorite Kickstarter project, The Free Art Machine which is exactly what it sounds like.
The East Village was the place to be this past weekend as the Centre-Fuge Public Art Project was at it again -- transforming a once-abandoned trailer into a masterpiece of urban art. Here are some images from Cycle 5 captured over the weekend on ...
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Eighteen months ago, he was a homeless street artist prepared to risk his life and freedom to leave his trademark stickmen across London’s skyline. Today he has become one of British art’s hottest properties.
Between 1997 and 2000, John J. Cooney Jr. shot a bunch of footage of major street art spots in Queens. Then, this year, he went back to the same spots and shot them again, and edited the footage into this side-by-side comparison.
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