Attention street artists: please come to my neighborhood. We’ve got really terrible murals of dolphins and sea turtles. Need more of this! [via Wooster Collective]
Hometown design heroes and HM collaborators Home-Ec launch a stealth graffiti campaign in San Diego. Gotta love them Benjamins!
Made by Portland artist Jake Rankin and available on Etsy. This is so beyond rad. [via poppytalk]
Good stuff coming in from Wooster Collective titled “Neglected Children”.
Street artist Aakash Nihalani took his installations to a NYC homeless shelter and the results are gorgeous. The models are all men and women living with HIV/AIDS. More inspiring photos found here.
During the 1970s and 80s, photographers Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfant captured the burgeoning New York City graffiti movement. 25 years and more than a half a million copies later, Chronicle Books is offering their book Subway Art in a …