2012 London Olympics Street Art / Banksy (UPDATE)
Banksy has recently revealed two new works of street art “inspired” by the 2012 London Olympics. There are two pieces. One features an Olympic javelin thrower holding a missile and the second piece depicts a pole-vaulter jumping over a barbed wire and chain link fence onto a discarded mattress. It is classic Banksy urban-socio subversive commentary. […]2012 OlympicsBanksyGraffitiStreet art
TrustoCorp is a mysterious and subversive street artist (collective?) based in New York City. “Their” hilarious and satirical work takes jabs at corporations, the media, politics, religion, and our ridiculous society as a whole. TrustoCorp’s pieces have popped up all over, in cities such as New York City, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, and […]BanksyConsumerismFaileGraffitiGraphic designHumorLos Angeles
Was ‘Exit Through the Gift Shop’ a hoax?
Well known Los Angeles street artist, Revok (Jason Williams, 34), who was a contributor and participant in MOCA’s Art in the Streets exhibition, was arrested in late April at LAX while boarding a flight to Ireland. He was found to have violated his probation on a misdemeanor vandalism charge by failing to pay adequate restitution […]BanksyFeaturedGraffitiRight and WrongStreet art