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"Accidents Will Happen" artists: Barry McGee, Twist & Amaze & Crew location: NYC, USA not new but still sick stuff.

Is Graffiti Art or Vandalism ? Questions of Art, Advertising and Public Space

Is Graffiti Art or Vandalism ? Questions of Art, Advertising and Public Space

Is graffiti art or vandalism ? Is it sheer destruction of public and private property or a creative form of expression bound to be rebellious ?

"Barry McGee at the Meat Market with a robotic spray painter, behind. McGee has already made his mark on Melbourne walls and sewers with "just a couple" of tags."

"Barry McGee at the Meat Market with a robotic spray painter, behind. McGee has already made his mark on Melbourne walls and sewers with "just a couple" of tags.

Graffiti Seen as a Selling Point in Some Manhattan Apartments http://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20130814/west-village/graffiti-seen-as-selling-point-certain-manhattan-apartments

Graffiti Seen as a Selling Point in Some Manhattan Apartments

Barry McGee-created graffiti by hiki., via Flickr

Barry McGee-created graffiti by hiki., via Flickr

Barry McGee book

Published by Damiani, Edited by Aaron Rose. Barry McGee's art buzzes with an infectious street vitality that celebrates the rich pageant of city living, while lambasting its ills,.

Called the ‘Brandalism project’

Over a five day stretch, the Brandalism project saw 25 artists from 8 countries come together for the biggest subvertising campaign in UK history. Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Bristol and London all saw billboard spaces co-opted by these street artists.

12 Random Acts of Kindness from Hurricane SandyAfter Hurricane Sandy hit the east coast, many people were stranded without power, proper food, fuel and transportation. Life was hard, but thanks to many kind strangers with big hearts, it wasn't as bad as it could have been! Read through the awesome acts of kindness below... we know it will warm your heart. :)

The Most Incredible Hurricane Sandy Survival Story (plus other touching photos of Random Acts of Kindness)

Check out the amazing artsy rooftop at The Hakimian Organization's 184 Lexington Avenue. Fun Fact: Artists are Brooklyn-based street artists: "Sheryo" and "The Yok"   http://therealdeal.com/issues_articles/tagged-at-184-lexington/  #thehakimianorganization #midtown #streetart #graffiti

Check out the amazing artsy rooftop at The Hakimian Organization's 184 Lexington Avenue. Fun Fact: Artists are Brooklyn-based street artists: "Sheryo" and "The Yok" http://therealdeal.com/issues_articles/tagged-at-184-lexington/ #thehakimianorganization #midtown #streetart #graffiti

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