Born out of a “massive year-long brainstorming session”, designer Ryan Christensen creates miniature dumpsters named “Steelplant” to customize with graffiti, street art or whatever comes to your mind.
All dumpsters of the “SteelPlant Edition One” are refined by one or multiple artists and thus unique.
Walls Notebook by Sherwood Forlee features 80 pictures of “clean” NYC walls instead of blank pages.
Write, draw, paste, or doodle on these inspirational backdrops. You’ll be one step closer to being the street artist you’ve always wanted to be … minus the jail time.
Let The Arts Roam documents recent work of street artists El Mac and Retna for a school in Los Angeles. The video portrait is part of the I Am Los Angeles project by Joris Debeij.
Wherever they go, they try to make something that makes sense for the neighborhood, and the community. And they always make something positive, something the artists hope people can enjoy — regardless of whether life has greeted them with great fortune. Armed with a vision and their cans of spray paint, El Mac and Retna will transform a forgotten wall into a piece of art.
Nobody cares about them, nobody sees them, they’re invisible. When they do something like that, they want to say something like “I prefer you to hate me than you ignore me”
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