Snapback: Obey, Shirt: CIVIL, Pants: 21 Men, Shoes: Wheat Timberlands
Ace, 19, ATL
Nice pic in front of 3ttman’s 2013 wall.
Several members of the LW family participated in Pow!Wow! this year, including Gaia, INTI, Know Hope, Katey & Jessie and more. There are some great pieces out there.
Some of the Media Team - Justin, Josh, and Brandon - braved the cold to reshoot some walls today in Atlanta.
photos by jasmine
Beneath the Veil interview with the ladies of @livingwallsatl.
Creative Nuova came and interviewed Monica Campana & Jasmine Amussen at the new office in the Fuse Arts Center @ C4 on Thursday.
Giant Eye from @jrart @nycballet on BSA Images Of The Week: 01.26.14
"Some guests climbed stairs to look down upon the giant ocular piece from balconies above, and in a true spirit of interactivity some fans went the full-immersion route by laying upon the image itself, striking a pose while friends took shots and tweeted and Instagrammed them."
The JR installation for his collaboration with The NYC Ballet Artists Series at Lincoln Center in Manhattan. (photo © Jaime Rojo)
Hugh Leeman, Eddie Colla and D Young V will be part of a group show opening February 7th at 111 Minna Gallery in San Francisco, California. The three popular artists are all Bay Area regulars and have worked in all genres of art and share a similar street wise style.
The Tower 13 project in Paris is amazing in scope - 100 artists, of many different styles, backgrounds and media. There are many Living Walls alumni featured in the tower - from ROTI, INTI, Agostino Iacurci, JAZ and more! Tour all the rooms in this one of a kind street art exhibition.
Blane Bussey introduces his latest collection of works at whitespace gallery on Friday. “Public Space” serves as an artistic study on the Atlanta drag queen in her unnatural habitat – local streets, parks, MARTA stations and other mass gathering places.
with a great #LW2012 mural in the background!
"An essential question that the street art community is grappling with right now is what obligations, if any, artists and mural organizers have in making sure that artists engage with the communities in which they are painting and abide by any requests that community members make, particularly when thinking about legal walls. On the one hand there’s artistic freedom and on the other the needs of the community.”
Read Viral Art for free on the 16th here.