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BSA: So it is good that you are using these different signs to mash together in your own work. Hargo: Yeah I think the last thing the people who made these signs expected was that someone would take this sign deliberately and blend it into one of these works. Part conceptual, part culture jamming, sociology and anthropology, many iterations of his signage is on display in this brief but tightly packed overview of the entire short career of CFYW — including the special new one in Spanish that features green and red ink referencing the Mexican flag.
Each side is slightly different because when you pull the screens the ink is slightly different. Hargo saw the tweet and sent them a sign as a gift — which they promptly put in the front window. The longer he continues with the CFYW project, the greater the layers of irony and commentary, and the more fulsome is the tribute to the projects namesake Warhol, who became famous by appropriating and elevating the mundane for consideration as art.
It can be light and funny, or complex and serious — take your pick. Click HERE for further details. Street Artist Combo says he was beaten for his street art advocating religious tolerance and naturally there has been a series of Je Suis Charlie variants appearing in the streets of Paris since we last checked in with this hot spot on the Street Art scene, so you know that many newly appearing works are charged with socio-political relevance.
In these new images you will also see some fresh ideas from new names as well as long-term players, so those are encouraging signs of a vibrant scene as well. Ah, capitalism, of thee we all sing. Enjoy his account further along in this posting. I would not say it was exactly inviting but somehow I wiggled my way in. This guy named Pedro was in there with a friend, drinking tea.
The smell of aerosol was intense, and I quickly concluded my host had never worn a protective mask in his working life. Pedro probably set up camp to capitalize on the flow of visitors to this concentrated display of street art. He was certainly cordial. I left with a overpriced stencil on a Paris map. Our sincere thanks to Geoff Hargadon for his contributions and for sharing with BSA readers his unique perspective and talent.
Here it is! It was a cool day to be a Street Art photographer — but sadly Rojo was camera-less in a case of mistaken identity, if only for a short time. He also gets to tell people at parties that he spent some time in the holding cell with the two guys whom New York watched tugging down the B-A-N-K-S-Y. Should we include only images that went up under the cover of the night, unsanctioned, uncensored, uncompromised, unsolicited and uncommissioned?
Right now there are a growing number of legal pieces going up in cities thanks to a growing fascination with Street Art and artists and it is causing us to reevaluate what the nature of the Street Art scene is, and what it may augur for the future. You can even say that from a content and speech perspective, a sizeable amount of the new stuff is playing it safe — which detracts from the badass rebel quality once associated with the practice.
These works are typically called by their more traditional description — murals. But for the purposes of this roundup we decided to skip the debate and let everybody mix and mingle freely. This is just a year-end rollicking Street Art round-up; A document of the moment that we hope you like. Ultimately for BSA it has always been about what is fresh and what is celebrating the creative spirit — and what is coming next. Miami was sunny and warm all weekend!
Thus we explain the attraction of an annual art circus that swims through the balmy Miami streets and fairs and beaches in early December called Art Basel. Each year it is better and worse than the year before, depending on who you got to dance with, or how much money you made, or how many walls you painted. And there is still the basic pleasure of hitting up a wall and hanging out with your friends regardless of who sees it or not.
An observer of behavior and communications and anthropological behaviors, Geoff captures some of the art on the walls, sure, but he also is looking at the trappings and the detritus and associated meanings. Boy did you smell the rotting hot winds blowing hard through Brooklyn this week? Ballooning above the fetid stench of decaying garbage in dumpsters and drunken late-night urination, a distinctly bloated snorting powdery heat rose from Duane Reade Island and came across the East River, bringing with it a rather Coney Island-style circus of crusty hot air mixed with a whiff of braying pomposity.
Luckily, it was a brief blast of the gaseous odor, dissipating quickly back into irrelevance and the now clean cool air has returned. At least as clean as the BK can muster. As we do every week, here are a selection of new work that has arrived as we celebrate the true spirit of creativity and the community that has always buoyed us, no matter the weather. Click here for more information. Of the 10, images he snapped of Street Art this year, photographer Jaime Rojo gives us that represent some of the most compelling, interesting, perplexing, thrilling in Together the collection gives you an idea of the range of mediums, techniques, styles, and sentiments that appear on the street today as the scene continues to evolve worldwide.
Every seven days on BrooklynStreetArt. Sauce, Mr. He caught a lot of new pieces as they were being installed, as well as some newly fresh ones. If anything, the security guards helped garner a little interest. The walls or pieces of walls that were on display are said to have been stolen and the artist is said to be angered about it, but no arrests have been made and no property seized.
We have every reason to believe New Yorkers will continue to pull together, as we always do. Go Brooklyn! Go Staten Island! Go Manhattan! Go Queens! Go Bronx! Go Long Island! Go New Jersey! Go Connecticut! New York, you are beautiful and we love you. As ever, photographer Jaime Rojo was on the streets shooting a lot of stuff, and of course there was new Street Art to discover too. Thank you for all the excellent and splendid and wacky and warm submissions to the BSA Holiday Giveaway this week.
BSA just has the smartest, knowledgeable, talented and most badass readers! We value each and every one. The bachanal of Street Art known as Art Basel washed like a typhoon over walls of Miami last weekend and more Street Artists than ever put up work before heading home to locations around the globe.
You may have seen a couple of postings we had as the work was going up last weekend here and here. This week we show you a handful of somewhat reflective shots from the streets of Miami and some from New York too. With time for consideration and after letting the aerosol settle, BSA will give you a huge overview of the whole Miami Street Art scene as it stands on January 2nd.
Photographs by Jaime Rojo and Geoff Hargadon. Photographer Birdman Show tonight in Los Angeles 5. C at Shooting Gallery SF 6. The prizes are great plus you can be featured on BSA along some great artists working today on the streets. For Further information regarding this show click here. The gallery is also celebrating 2 years. For further information regarding this show click here. Wish we were there!
Including shots on roof tops, night sessions and rare images of artists up close working on murals. C began painting six years ago, and has since brought his work all over the world, from New Dehli to Istanbul. Click here for more details. Have no idea what he is rapping about but there are some sick tricks here. A folded vinyl billboard sign at the back of the store. Artworks for shipping and receiving at the Cash For Your Warhol storefront. Examples of huge payouts are posted for your perusal at the Cash For Your Warhol business.
Read more. Cash For Your Warhol. Philadelphia, PA. April, Sometimes they inquire about selling art. No questions asked. Love or money? Not a Clet banana peel, but it easily could be. Le Diamantaire. Mega Matt. Rosa Parks? But hopefully somebody sees it. Above that is another artist called Warning Bad Dog. Top image is by Case MaClaim. Also the colors of the Russian flag are the same as the American flag. Athens, Greece. We hope you enjoy this collection — some of our best Images of The Year from These new Cash For Your Warhol signs are suddenly appearing again, and offering valuable authentication services also.
Many plywood fences blew up and away, exposing the hidden walls. This is an old JR piece that we have documented before but we have not been able to get inside this fenced lot until now. There will be an art walk to celebrate this installations. Some local guys stopped to pose for this one. Also makes you think of a very young Colonel Sanders, right? Looks like Charlie Browns having a bummer.
Hurricane Sandy caused NYC to go partially dark this week and even days after the storm there are still 2 million people without electricity. In this photo the Williamsburg Bridge is half illuminated on the Brooklyn side, half dark on the Manhattan side — a visual representation of the sense of loss the city is feeling right now. This collage was made out of two different wheat pastes by two different artists at two different times. A side bust.
This is a fine example of the spontaneous and unsanctioned art that takes place on the streets of Miami during the four days of Art Basel. The painting is a tribute to a friend of theirs who passed away not long ago. Geoff Hargadon. Tweets by BKStreetArt. Almost a year ago, the Jersey City Mural Festival was launched.
It does not get more simple than our process! If our offer is accepted, we will either come see the work in person to determine if their are any condition issues, or upon your approval get the work shipped to a safe and secure art broker for us to examine the work.
A shipping company will come pick up, pack, and ship the work all under your name, and send it to a secure location for viewing. Once we have determined their is no damage to the print, we will pay the agreed upon price and you can release the work into our custody.
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No one can help you sell your Warhol fast like Cash For Your Warhol! Sell your print or painting for cash regardless of the size, price, or condition. Cash For Your Warhol is an art project created by Geoff Hargadon, created in the midst of the most recent financial crisis. In it was featured by Société. Geoff Hargadon is interested in both his work as commentary and as a medium. His project 'Cash For Your Warhol' plays on the recession-style.