News Tagged: Martha-Cooper

  • Living Walls, The City Speaks Atlanta Part 1

    Check out Martha Cooper's documentation of Living Walls Conference Atlanta, the world's first all female street art conference. The quality, size, and volume of this year's works are impressive, check out part one after the jump!

    ©12ozProphet - Monday September 10, 2012

  • Martha Cooper Shoots Bloop International Proactive Art Festival in Ibiza

    In mid-July Martha Cooper tavelled to the Bloop International Proactive Arts Festival, in Ibiza, Spain to document the event and have a show of her own, Making an Appearance at Can Jeroni Gallery. Check out her photos after the jump!

    ©12ozProphet - Tuesday September 04, 2012

  • Martha Cooper Shoots Nudes n' Prudes in Rochester and Atlanta

    Martha Cooper shares her photos of two of the most respected street artists in the world at work: Faith47 from South Africa at Wall Therapy in Rochester and Hyuro from Argentina via Valencia at Living Walls in Atlanta.

    ©12ozProphet - Tuesday September 04, 2012

  • Martha Cooper Reflects on Lady Aiko Tackling the Famed Houston and Bowery...

    On July 7th, the day of the Japanese festival of Tanabata, Lady Aiko hit the streets of New York CIty to start her mural on the famous Houston Bowery wall. Martha Cooper reflects on the action that went down.

    ©12ozProphet - Wednesday August 29, 2012

  • Martha Cooper Takes In the Annual Welling Court Mural Project

    Martha Cooper was on hand to document the vast array of artists who participated in this years Welling Court Mural Project in Queens. Check out her post after the jump!

    ©12ozProphet - Monday June 18, 2012

  • Martha Cooper Remembers Stay High 149 - The Voice of the Ghetto

    As the graffiti community continues to mourn the loss of the legendary Stay High 149, Martha Cooper combed through her archives to share previously unpublished photos of Stay High 149 tags from 1980 through the present.

    ©12ozProphet - Thursday June 14, 2012

  • Photo: Martha Cooper with John Ahearn At Open Walls Baltimore

    Martha Cooper has been down in her hometown of Baltimore documenting the Open Walls Baltimore project. As part of the finale John Ahearn came through to do some of his iconic plaster sculptures.

    ©12ozProphet - Wednesday May 30, 2012

  • Open Walls Baltimore Wrap Up By Martha Cooper

    Martha Cooper 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

  • Martha Cooper Tells Stikman's Story

    Martha Cooper put up this great post on Stikman and his sneaky, unconventional way of adding to the Open Walls Project out in Baltimore.

    ©12ozProphet - Friday May 25, 2012

  • Open Walls Baltimore With Jetsonorama From Arizona

    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

  • Mark Bode Shines Light Onto His Father's Characteristics

    Vaughn Bode was a famous American cartoonist who passed away in 1975, aged only 33, Bode characters are almost synonymous with old school trains to modern day graffiti murals. His son, Mark Bode, gives an interview shedding some light on the persona that is Vaughn Bode.

    ©12ozProphet - Thursday May 24, 2012

  • Open Walls Baltimore with Ever from Argentina

    Courtesy of Martha Cooper, here's a nice look into Ever, an artist from Argentina, and his work for the Open Wall Baltimore public art project.

    ©12ozProphet - Tuesday May 22, 2012