We are trying to find ways not to post a Banksy story each day during the month of “Better Out Than In”, and its getting hard. Today is a recap of all that has gone on in the streets of NYC from day one to day 13 – enjoy!
It took nearly 7+ months searching the streets at night for a fixed shadow that was positioned perfectly against a wall. The break dancer stencil comes to life at night. I am attracted to the concept that the stencil and it’s context can change literally from day to night. Timing is everything!
Shoreditch, London: 2013
You may have seen the incredible street art of Charles Leval, also known as Levalet, making the rounds on the internet earlier this year. The talented artist decorates his city with imaginative wheatpaste images that seem to come alive.
“Tec is a founding member of FASE, a multidisciplinary art, design and music collective. He began painting in the streets during the 1990’s, initially taking advantage of the city walls for promotion of his band, and later finding in those same walls the potential for expression through art. After having experimented with letter-based graffiti, Tec became more interested in the visual power of iconic images. He developed a signature piece, a cartoon image of a fish cut in half, which came to represent him in just the way a name-based tag would.”
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STREET ART FEST Plovdiv is one brand that brings together all the inhabitants of the city under the sign of art, freedom and youth creativity. Festival is organized by “Voice of the Youth” Plovdiv in collaboration with graffiti and street art scene in Bulgaria.
This is a great new mural by Polish artist and graphic designer Natalia Rak that was painted as part of the Folk on the Street art festival in Bialystok, Poland.