“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.”
“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.
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
hat tip: lost at e minor
John F. Kennedy ‘President and the Press’ Speech April 4, 1961
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