sábado, 26 de setembro de 2009

Friday Action

On Friday's evening, Crew L Urban Art action striked the streets!!
TBA, November, Eusboço 9347 and Dalaiama joined a poster party! :)))

quarta-feira, 16 de setembro de 2009

Menção Honrosa

«In some ways the street art movement seems more open to and tolerant of women. It attracts few or none of the 'male obstacles' you associate with the graffiti movement, and women tend to be seen in a positive light and supported. This could be something to do with the culture's 'young' history or the 'safer environment' of street art -- stencilling or putting up a poster can take less time and therefore carries fewer risks -- or the fact that street art seems to be an art form in which men don't feel the need to assert their masculinity to the same degree, an area where women aren't seen as 'the competition'.»
Nicholas Ganz
(assim quis o Acaso...)

quarta-feira, 9 de setembro de 2009

sábado, 5 de setembro de 2009

Illegal as Art

«Arguments about graffiti as art usually degenerate into protracted lectures on illegality. If something is illegal, then it cannot be art. So the Michelangelo question inevitably comes up. If Michelangelo were to have painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel on your garage without your permission, would it be art? Illegality and art are separate issues. Ultimately, such debates give people an excuse not to understand what graffiti is and why or how people are using it.»
Susan A. Phillips

quinta-feira, 3 de setembro de 2009

Free Speech

«What's the point of free speech if you have nothing to say? Let's face it, most people haven't anything to say, and they know it.»



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