Posts Tagged ‘ graffiti ’

cuprock cafe

Aug 15th, 2008 | By | Category: Installations

Cuprocking is the brain child of Sydney based artist Andy Uprock. By mapping out large areas of cyclone fencing and sticking plastic cups into the existing diamond shaped holes, Andy transforms streets and public areas into floating walk-by galleries.


temporary graffiti

Jun 30th, 2008 | By | Category: Artworks, Featured articles

I spent part of today thinking about chalk and marketing; wondering if a graffiti campaign would work for the Catapult festival. It wouldn’t have to be very complicated… Julian Beever …just a simple statement along the lines of Arthur Stace’s Eternity: I think the spiral from the catapult logo would be perfect – not too […]


road art

Jun 25th, 2008 | By | Category: Artworks, Featured articles, HowTo

Browsing through flickr today I came across this interesting image: Unicycle Lane It’s a lane marker in Portland. Apparently they have a whole bunch of interesting images on their roads. You can see some on Joe Biel’s mini-documentary, “Martinis in the Bike Lane” (there’s a short version here on YouTube). Of course, this started me […]