Thanks to Frank 151 and Saber for the video.
Saber of famed LA graffiti crew The Seventh Letter, sat down with Frank to promote his newest installation, a temporary display in the stratosphere. The installation, dubbed #DefendTheArts is Saber’s response to Mitt Romney, who stated that he would eliminate funding for The National Endowment for the Arts, PBS, and NPR if elected.
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Thanks to Pace Prints and Shepard Fairey for the video.
Shepard Fairey fans in New York will be getting another solo show from the LA-based street artist come May 5th. Held at Pace Prints, the new body of work entitled Harmony & Discord premieres his first pieces on handmade paper, metal relief plates, as well as the largest screenprints he has done to date. Taking advantage of the superior printmaking facilities and equipment at Pace, Shep has also been able to do things he couldn’t do in his own studio like create embossing, work in larger scale, and more. -Arrested Motion
Shepard Fairey: Harmony & Discord
Opening: Saturday, May 5, 12-8pm
May 5 – June 16, 2012
Pace Prints, NYC
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Thanks to King Cast and Retna for the video.
King Cast stumbled upon Retna painting the famous Soho wall in New York City. This video features a raw unedited interview with the man himself.
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Thanks to film maker Eric Brown and Olek for the video!
Eric Brown writes… “Oh, and if you look closely, you’ll see that the sentence crocheted onto the covering is: “I’m still proud of what I do for a living”.”