News Tagged: Community Arts
Graffiti artists Deivid Bizer & Jackson Brum paint some really clean community art style murals in Porto Alergre, Brazil. The murals are about unifying the educational placement of the youth.
©12ozProphet - Thursday June 21, 2012
concluded her visit in her hometown of Baltimore with capturing finished murals by the remaining artists of the ongoing Open Walls Baltimore
project. Check out Martha Cooper's great action shots after the jump.
©12ozProphet - Sunday May 27, 2012
Jetsonorama is a street artist who wheatpastes his portraits, vintage and recent, of his Native American neighbors from the Navajo Nation. Martha Cooper
gives her take on Jetsonorama's work ethic, connection to community and art.
©12ozProphet - Friday May 25, 2012
After hosting a nice wall with a tribute to MCA earlier in the week, James Top
kept busy with graffiti events, this time at Graffiti Universe in the Bronx painting a tribute to nineteen seventies street style and culture.
©12ozProphet - Thursday May 24, 2012
continues to document the changing face of Baltimore thanks to the Open Walls
project. The latest mural is an intricate and amazing stencil-based mural by Sten and Lex.
©12ozProphet - Monday May 21, 2012
This clip gives a better visual demonstration of the Boa Mistura's Participative Urban Art Intervention, which we only had a glimpse of before
Adding more color to the world is Boa Mistura's mission, to fuel creativity and expand imagination. Boa Mistura is a group of five Spanish artists that come from differrent creative backgrounds such as...
©12ozProphet - Monday May 07, 2012
Come Together is a project by the Museum Of Graffiti Art in Korea. They used a completely un-commissioned wall in the city of Gwangju, where they invited people of all ages to share the joy of graffiti.
©12ozProphet - Monday April 23, 2012
Even though he was practicing an illegal art form, Lee Quinones
was always a man who was a positive part of his community. He inspired and moved people with his paintings and their messages. This video shot at the Lincoln-West High School
in Cleveland shows Lee continuing his positive legacy within the school system. The video has three parts: a...
©12ozProphet - Wednesday December 14, 2011