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Video of the Day – The Wrinkles Of The City, Los »

Video of the Day – The Wrinkles Of The City, Los Angeles by JR

  JR is a French conceptual artist who works in the streets hanging massive photos in public spaces.  His art has transcended the streets with shows at Tate Modern and Centre Pompidou.  In 2011 he won a TED prize, and Forbes Magazine has featured him in their 30 Under 30.  At mixingreality we love him too, and have written about his [...]

Aakash Nihalani: Tapes Extraordinary Space »

Aakash Nihalani:  Tapes Extraordinary Space

Sometimes simple solutions can present the most interesting context. Askash Nihalani works with lowly tape to change our view of the ordinary into something extraordinary by selectively placing graphics into space, highlighting "unexpected contours & elegant geometry". Nihalani says: I'm not trying to push a certain highbrow [...]

Jay Shells is a Metropolitan Etiquette Authority »

Jay Shells is a Metropolitan Etiquette Authority

      We live in times of constant information, constant movement, constant change.  Perhaps it is not surprising that social manners and etiquette have taken a back seat to bad behavior.  And perhaps we should not be surprised when our bad behavior is now called out by artists acting as contemporary Emily [...]

Banksy’s Documentary: The Antics Roadshow »

Banksy’s Documentary: The Antics Roadshow

We love street art here at mixingreality. So when a friend sent us Banksy's new doc, we had to check it, and now we have to share.  Without further ado, (though you might want to skip to :55) Banksy's The Antics Roadshow:

Britain’s Channel 4: Street Summer & the »

Britain’s Channel 4: Street Summer & the Street Tag App

Definition - Tag: a personal signature, usually vandalism with spraypaint, but can be any graffiti. Have you ever wanted to tag something?   You know, go out with a spray can and create on a wall or building...but the vandalism part of it gets the better of you? As part of their Street Summer series, Britain's Channel 4 has come up [...]

Top 10 post on mixingreality.com : July 2011 – »

Top 10 post on mixingreality.com : July 2011 – August 2011

Ranging from the musical and visual wonder of oscillating guitar strings to cameos carved from the creamy center of Oreo cookies, last month's top posts are eclectic, though with one consistent thread, almost all of them are art oriented. Thank you for continuing to surprise us with your enthusiasm and support.  This month, we will be [...]

Démocratie Créative : Street Art for the People to »

Démocratie Créative : Street Art for the People to Play

This project has everything we love about street art.  It's engaging, original, spontaneous, and here's the difference...the call to action is immediate : taking back the streets for play. Created by the French collective, Démocratie Créative,  Spielplatz is a street art project which turns the streets into a playground. In their [...]

Anthony Lister : Street Art in Berlin »

Anthony Lister : Street Art in Berlin

Anthony Lister is an Australian artist living in New York.  Working as a street artist on projects that are sometimes "uncommissioned", Lister has a style that is engaging and immediate.  See the video by Pindarodge which documents a recent trip to Berlin, where Lister was invited to create a show with one week to prepare. Lister [...]

Subway Friends : A Project by All Day Buffet’s »

Subway Friends : A Project by All Day Buffet’s Jerri Chou

Subway Friends, a brilliant concept about connection, is the brain child of designer Jerri Chou, whose mission is to change the world through creativity and business. Her organization, All Day Buffet incubates, advises, and invests into for-profit/for-good companies. Subway Friends in her words :  This is a little project I started because [...]

Magda Sayeg & Knitta Please Yarnbomb iPhone »

Magda Sayeg & Knitta Please Yarnbomb iPhone Covers

Magda Sayeg, founder of the original knit graffiti crew Knitta Please describes her vocation as working... to redefine a craft that has been relegated to the stuffy attic of people’s brains and dismissed by a limited vision for knitting’s purpose, its function, its practitioners. Sayeg’s work repositions this granny pastime in public [...]

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