Street Art

JR


Sunday, July 18, 2010

JR exhibits freely in the streets of the world, catching the attention of people who are not the museum visitors. His work mixes Art and Act, talks about commitment, freedom, identity and limitation. In 2006, he achieved Portrait of a generation, portraits of the suburban "thugs" that he posted, in huge formats, in the bourgeois districts of ...

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Blek le Rat


Sunday, June 27, 2010

Blek le Rat (Xavier Prou), born in Paris 56 years ago, studied painting and architecture and was the first street artist to use the life-sized stencil. His main motivations are political and social consciousness and the desire to bring art to the people. Blek's art, like Banksy's, is playful, political and often provocative. In fact, Blek ...

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Shepard Fairey


Monday, May 17, 2010

Artist Shepard Fairey has long been haunting consumer culture with an ambition mocking street campaign featuring an omnipresent Andre the Giant. An astute student in the arts of persuasion, Fairey began hsi epic satire on the science of celebrity endorsements and the alchemy of suggesting desire back in 1989, while he was still a student ...

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Invader


Wednesday, March 24, 2010

He is a hit! Check his space site here and this is the way he describes himself....do you really need a better bio? Who are you ? I'm Invader (that's my alias). I always appear masked in public, so no one knows my face.   Some people call me a polluter, others say I'm an artist. ...

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Andrew McAtee


Thursday, February 25, 2010

McAttee‘s work is becoming highly collectable with commissions from Benson & Hedges, Nike and fashion designer, Antonio Berardi amongst others. His work draws influence from a wide variety of sources including graffiti art, comic book graphics, pop art and abstract expressionism. As a renowned graffiti spray artist (STET) and his subsequent post-degree escape from the ...

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Dr. D


Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Graffiti artist Dr D is a billboard activist from London . Her irreverent works are seen across the capital. Her Tube Series of prints are a tongue in cheek look at the announcements you can hear every day on the London Underground. These prints in the style of notices produced by London Underground have been ...

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