• October 19, 2014
  • Posted by Marc

WK Pop-Up + Book Release

You are invited to celebrate a WK Interact Pop-Up Exhibition featuring the Book Release of WK/ACT4 (DRAGO) and the Launch of WK & KLINIK’s Partnership. Date: 10/21/2014 Time: 7:00pm- 9:00pm Location: 22 Little West 12th Street (Between Washington Street and 9th Ave.) Music by: Alexander Dexter-Jones RSVP: sociallyacclaimed@gmail.com

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Posted In: Events, New York

  • September 26, 2014
  • Posted by Marc

Viavia Project

Protection: The protector of emigrants This is a shout out to all the people around the world risking their lifes every day trying to cross borders in any possible way, in the illusion of finding a better life for them and their families. ... this is a silent scream of anger to all the people sitting in their chairs of power who do absolutely nothing to solve these problems and just able to protect their interests and profits instead of protecting people. Painted in the South of Italy in conjunction with the ViaVai Project in Racale, Salento, Puglia. The South

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  • September 25, 2014
  • Posted by Marc

Vinz in Switzerland

From Vinz: The world in which we live advances fast. Too fast. It forces us to take decisions constantly. The stress that we suffer leads us to doubting on what paths to take. That leads to Anxiety. But we cannot be still. We must go on, break barriers, to see beyond walls and to continue ahead. I hope that you like it. Saludos and Feel Free!    

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Posted In: Activism

  • August 18, 2014
  • Posted by Sara

Street Collage from PAPERGLUEnSCOTCH

Working with silkscreen artist 10H23, French street artist Lili Jenks (also known as PAPERGLUEnSCOTCH) is making collages that cross boarders. The team collected strips of paper from billboards in Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Brazil then swapped and reorganized the billboard strips into large collages with screen prints of old photos by 10H23. After making huge photocopies of these pieces, PAPERGLUEnSCOTCH pasted the collages as posters, spreading her work far and wide.

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Posted In: Billboard Liberations, Travels, Wheatpastes

  • August 17, 2014
  • Posted by Marc

The Inside Story of Keith Haring’s “Crack Is Wack” Mural

This week the Huffington Post published a fascinating article written by Matthew Israel from Artsy, which tells the inside story of Keith Haring's icon "Crack is Wack" mural in New York City.  Its a great read with some amazing archival photos.  Isreal writes: How Crack is Wack came to be is not well-known. Nor is the fact that the mural is not the original version. Benny was one of the major catalysts for Crack is Wack. Benny was Haring's young, gifted studio assistant in the mid-1980s

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Posted In: History