Stencil Me Some Art: Doing It #AWOL Style!

Street artist, stencil artist, and muralist Blythe Crowe –better known as #AWOL– is one BUSY gal! Hailing from Colorado, this 17 year old artist is quickly making a name for herself. Part of that reason? The prolific amount of work she produces. But, instead of droning on about it (and discussing how I think she […]

Street Art 101: 15 Terms You Should Know!

If you’ve followed this blog for a while, or read enough of my posts, you know I’ve got a soft spot for Street Art. But, I’m also very picky. It has to have some obvious social commentary or redeeming value. It has to ADD value to the area it’s displayed. Yes, that value can be […]

Street Art. Social Voice or Public Nuisance?

The Museum Of Modern Art Takes To The Streets! “Art in the Streets” is a look at the history of street art. The exhibition follows the development of graffiti and street art from the 1970’s, to the global movement it has become today. It looks at major cities where this form of art evolved, places […]

The Social Voice of Banksy!

Banksy: The Unofficial Social Voice of the UK. This Artist seemed like a good follow up to the French street Artist JR. Both are guerrilla artists, renegades, “vandals” and “criminals.” But they are more than that. They are a loud social voice. A voice for of an area, our world and of our time. They […]