Legendary street artists Banksy has been busy again. Here’s what he has to say.
New Street Art from Banksy–Just in Time for London Fashion Week
Trespass: A History of Uncommissioned Urban Art -New Book by Creators of Wooster Collective with Intro by Banksy to Be Released Soon
This isn’t just another graffiti or street art book. Based on unique themes created by writer Carlo McCormick and a team of urban art aficionados, this book is a keepsake on why street art is taking place across the world.
NYC Pop-up Round-up: Pop-up Dumpster Pools on Park Ave.; Pop-up Pop-Tarts in Times Square; Pop-up Pot Plants in Brooklyn
Pop-up programs have become one of the best ways brands and retailers have revitalized commerce. However these three in NYC take culture jamming, marketing, and guerrilla gardening to new levels.
Distance Printing Machine, FacadePrinter, Makes Doing Street Art or Giant Billboards in Hard-to-Reach Places, Possible
Using paintball machine technology and an aripressure-marker that can fire thousands of colorballs, it’s now possible to get art, ads, messages in more locations. Welcome to a new medium.
Kingpins of Culture Jamming, Improv Everywhere Spoofs NYC Subway Riders with Princess Leia vs. Darth Vader Scene
Star Wars has become so iconic that it’s one of the best to turn mundane tasks such as public transportation into a potential movie scene.
Pothole Garden-Another Fun Culture Jamming Idea with an Eco Twist
Similar to Guerilla Gardening, this project highlights London’s infrastructure problems. But it could work anywhere.
Shepard Fairey Interview with PSFK and New York CityKids–The Power of Street Art in Youth Culture
Illustrating the power of the creativity to reach young people and make social and eco ideas happen.
Culture Jamming with an Environmental Twist with Guerilla Gardners’ Seed Grenades
Not in Copenhagen protesting in the name of the environment? Huck a seed bomb in your own city and start your own protest garden.