Viral Art: How the internet has shaped street art and graffiti, is a new ebook by Vandalog editor-in-chief RJ Rushmore. Due out in 2 weeks time, the entire book will be available to read online at ViralArt.net.
If you’re a fan of our Facebook page or follow our Twitter feed you may have noticed that the piece we posted outside the front of The Prince Charles Cinema in London?
Inside, you’ll find 350 works from pimped cars, graffiti, extreme body art, ice sculpture, flash mobs, burlesque acts, portraits made from bottle tops, paintings made by animals, carnivals, giant artworks built to be appreciated from the air and even that (infamous) dress made of meat, worn by Lady Gaga.
Some magic from INSA.
Day 4 and there’s more work from Banksy in New York, this time pieces in Delancey, Bushwick and Williamsburg. Some random graffiti given the “Broadway” makeover.
Another Banksy has appeared in New York, this time depicting a dog taking a piss on a water hydrant who happens to have a voice.
It looks like Banksy has hit California with a few cans of black spray paint. The result is the mural pictured above and has been dubbed “Better Out Than In”.
I’ve been testing out the London Street Art Tours app recently and using a Nexus 7, it’s been a pleasure to try it out....
Kilo is a graffiti artist that first started painting back in 1984 and he’s been heavily involved in the game ever since then –...
On Thursday we headed down to Arch 402 in Hoxton to the Monorex 9th birthday celebrations which involved a live battle between 3 artists...