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Jim Power and the Mosaic Trail

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Can Man: My Dog Sighs

“Street artist My Dog Sighs paints lovely art on crushed cans found on the street in his Can Man series. By painting a unique face on the can’s bent-over round part, he gives each one its own personality. After completion, each of the pieces are then left on the street to be discovered.”

via http://laughingsquid.com

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Graffiti: Fun or Dumb? (1976)

“Graffiti: Fun or Dumb?” is a 1976 educational film that discourages kids from making graffiti.

Produced by Counselor Films.

It is available for purchase at A/V Geeks.

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Telescope Mural by Sam3

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Sam3 created this wonderful telescope mural for the Bien Urbain mural festival in Besançon, France.

via Vandalog + Laughing Squid

Photos by E. Murcia Artengo & David Demougeot

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Barry McGee

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Barry McGee

Fus­ing together found and invented imagery, tags and assorted objects Barry McGee draws on a range of influ­ences includ­ing the Mex­i­can mural­ists, tramp art, the graf­fiti artists of the 70’s and 80’s and the San Fran­cisco Beat poets to cre­ate a unique visual lan­guage. The work has the strong imme­di­ately rec­og­niz­able visual sig­na­ture of the best graf­fiti art, but is also enor­mously poetic and evoca­tive. It com­mu­ni­cates the artist’s strong empa­thy with peo­ple who have been left behind by con­tem­po­rary soci­ety. Also known by his street name, twist, Barry McGee has a large fol­low­ing in the street art community.

via Curbs and Stoops + ratio3

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