Where animal/human hybrids and street art meet, Vinz Feel Free


These projects by insaland combine my love of animated GIFs and grafitti (GIF-ITTI).

A beautiful community-based interactive art project. Artist Candy Chang turned the side of an abandoned house in her neighborhood in New Orleans into a giant chalkboard where residents can write on the wall and remember what is important to them. She then went on to do it with kids from Chicago. I love this project. Follow it here.

Alt. Space. Delete.

Alt. Space. Delete.

(Source: thisbigcity)

Clever, nerdy street art.

Clever, nerdy street art.

(Source: neatorama.com, via buzzfeed)

This 23’ high piece is a collaboration between Banksy w/ the City of Angels public school in  Los Angeles. Students were encouraged to write tags on panels erected in  their schoolyard before Banksy adapted them.
Part of Art in the Streets exhibition at the MOCA just closed. So seriously sweet, it traced the history of graffiti and street art from the ’70s to  where it is today.

This 23’ high piece is a collaboration between Banksy w/ the City of Angels public school in Los Angeles. Students were encouraged to write tags on panels erected in their schoolyard before Banksy adapted them.

Part of Art in the Streets exhibition at the MOCA just closed. So seriously sweet, it traced the history of graffiti and street art from the ’70s to where it is today.

My other favorite exhibition of the first half of 2011!  Vive la Revoluction @ MCASD.

supersonicelectronic:

Art in the Streets.
Juliana Santacruz Herrera’s fabric-filled Parisian pavements. Found via: Freshhome

Juliana Santacruz Herrera’s fabric-filled Parisian pavements. Found via: Freshhome

The title says it all: Dancing with Strangers.

You can’t help but love Color Me Katie’s street art and blog

Big Bang Boom: an unscientific point of view on the beginning and evolution of life through street art.

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