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From the archives: Keith Haring was here

Artist Keith Haring took the New York City subway system by storm in the 1980s, with his drawings appearing on the walls of hundreds of stations. His art is known for expressing concepts of death, sexuality and war. Charles Osgood takes a look at how Haring managed to get his works up, in this profile first broadcast on the "CBS Evening News" on October 20, 1982.

Jorge Rodriguez Gerada talks with Global Street Art

The brilliant artist Jorge Rodriguez Gerada from Cuba talks to Global Street Art about 'culture jamming', developing his portraiture in urban spaces and using new technologies in his street art. -- Check out more of Jorge's work on our website: -- #globalstreetart #interview #paintedcities -- Music by Kevin MacLeod: Licence Attribution 3.0 Unported:

Ceci n'est pas un graffiti (6/10) - L'art au marketing

Compagnies aériennes, haute couture, agro-alimentaire, transports… On retrouve à présent le street art dans tous les secteurs. Les marques ont bien compris l’intérêt de ces partenariats avec un art populaire et jeune qui peut encourager les ventes et transformer l’image d’un produit. Abonnez-vous à la chaine Youtube d’ARTE Creative: Retrouvez-nous sur les réseaux sociaux : Facebook : Twitter : Instagram :

GRAFFITI vs MURAL Artist | ft. Kiptoe

Graffiti artist vs Mural artist. I finally met my art friend Kiptoe in Los Angeles. We made a street art wall together next to the downtown. The painting looks like a little street battle between graffiti and murals. KIPTOE: ??????????????????????????????????? ESHOP: ??????????????????????????????????? FOLLOW ME: Facebook : Instagram : ???????????????????????????????????? CONTACT ME: Email : ???????????????????????????????????? SEND ME SOMETHING: Martin Hirner P.O.BOX 12 85003, Bratislava 53 ???????????????????????????????????? MUSIC : Song: [Debris] • • • [Our Psych] • • •


THIS IS NOT GRAFFITI depicts JONONE's physical relationship with painting and intense personality. His love for boxing results from an unconditional need for self-expression and places some interesting light on the development of a movement which has made its way to the art auctions halls. Those who made this long and difficult path were the genuine artists. THIS IS NOT GRAFFITI is an introspective look back at JONONE's 30 years career which places the present days not as an end, bu as a beginning! JONONE is an iconic and extremely prolific artist born in New york city and living in Paris (France) for more than 20 years, he received the french egion of Honour on the 21st of JAnuary 2015, and a painting which he specifically produced is being exhibited in the national assembly's public part. Directed & filmed by Alexis DEFORGES Edited by Antoine DUFOUR Produced by BAISEMAIN Music by DAEDELUS (California) - VANDETTA (Falling) from Dropping Gems

OBEY x COPE2 Collaboration

COPE2 is one of the most notorious bombers in New York City and the five boroughs. I first stumbled upon his work in the early 90's. From the Bronx to downtown to Brooklyn he had pieces everywhere. The two color, very stylish bubble letter throw ups reading COPE, were just everywhere. The guy was definitely one of the most prolific bombers I've ever seen, and I've spent a lot of time in New York City. Especially in the 90's, COPE was everywhere. I found out later on that he had actually been out bombing since the early 80's, starting very young. Some of the stuff I saw in the early 90's had maybe been around three, five, eight, even ten years, who knows… but he just stayed at it. He was incredibly tenacious and had built up a huge amount of work around the city. Of course graffiti is ephemeral, but back then New York wasn't cleaned as fast, so his stuff was accumulating. I didn't meet him, I just knew him through his work, and I just thought for traditional graffiti this guy has one of the best styles. Of course, success in graffiti is measured by volume and he was one of the most , if not the most, up of anyone in New York City. I first got in touch with COPE2 because he had painted on a skateboard that ended up in a show in our gallery. I said, "Wow, COPE2….that guy's work is everywhere but I've never met him, I don't even know anyone who knows him. Do you have his email?" The guy that organized the skateboard show had the contact info, so I emailed him. COPE was super cool and said he knew my work well. He said he would love to link up sometime when I was in New York, so yeah it somehow happened.. by modern technology. We ended up becoming friends and collaborating on a couple of walls. He took me up to the Bronx and we worked on a wall there on a production he's maintained for many years. He also took me out to do some bombing and hit some freeway spots. I simultaneously was doing a wall down in Manhattan that I had permission for, a really high-profile wall and told COPE2 he should get up on either end of this wall too. We showed a little uptown/downtown love, and mutual appreciation. We liked the way the production in the Bronx came out so much that we decided on a poster collaboration. Martha Cooper, who is one of the all-time great graffiti photographers, shot the photo. So between me, COPE2, and Martha, it was a pretty epic collaboration. We talked about doing something with the Obey clothing line with COPE2. His work is great and he can pretty much do tags on top of anything, so we decided to let him do his thing on top of the OBEY icon, to also create a shirt of our Bronx collaboration. We have some great stuff coming out, and I'm always about putting the spotlight on people that I think have really put a lot of work in the culture and have earned the respect that they deserve. COPE2 is one of those people. -Shepard Fairey

ROA street artist profile film by filmmaker Colin M Day - Warholian

Warholian's own Colin M. Day has outdone himself once again, this time presenting us with street artist ROA. This film piece is literally a work of art in itself, and is by far the best piece yet on ROA. Mr. Day seems to be producing better and better work, and we are honored to be able to continue to present his films on Warholian. ROA on the other hand needs no introduction, he is by far the most prolific street artist we've met. The guy can paint faster than a speeding bullet, and it's truly amazing to watch him work in person. Enough with all the talk... enjoy! - Warholian For more on Colin M. Day visit: For more on ROA's work at White Walls visit:

Alx Fernandez / Street Art Interview

Rencontre avec l'artiste ALX FERNANDEZ aka DIABLO . Retrouve @alx_diablo et ses oeuvres sur l'application hiya! ????

MY FIRST MURAL IN BERLIN! #KiptoePaintstheWorld

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