Posts Tagged ‘ street art ’

Get Psychedelic with Don’t Have Feelings, Don’t Make a Scene Signed & Sketched by Skinner to Benefit CBLDF!

January 24, 2019
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Get Psychedelic with Don’t Have Feelings, Don’t Make a Scene Signed & Sketched by Skinner to Benefit CBLDF!

This week CBLDF supporters have the chance to grab a copy of Don’t Have Feelings, Don’t Make a Scene: The Art of Skinner, signed and sketched by Skinner! Skinner’s body and breadth of work is extraordinary, including limited edition toys, animation, music videos, street art, and fine art. He has created mind-blowing artwork and live projections for the band Mastodon, bumpers for…

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Egypt Cracks Down on Street Art

June 19, 2015
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Egypt Cracks Down on Street Art

In June 2010, about eight months before the Tahrir Square uprising, a 28-year-old Egyptian blogger named Khaled Said was arrested and beaten to death after he posted a damning video that allegedly showed police helping themselves to the spoils of a drug bust. In the tumultuous months that followed, Said’s face became a potent symbol…

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Institutions Quick to Censor Public Art They Commissioned

August 21, 2014
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Institutions Quick to Censor Public Art They Commissioned

Everyone knows that art is not always pretty or positive. Its purpose often is to comment on the surrounding world, causing viewers to reflect on society and their own preconceived notions. But particularly in the United States it seems, disruptive art that makes its way out of museums and galleries and into the streets frequently…

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