A new Street Art critique podcast that discusses the pros and cons of Street art becoming a worldwide phenomenon. We discuss the pluses, pitfalls and perils of an underground movement becoming mainstream.
On this episode of Street Res we get a chance to talk to innovative artist @jayel228 about his work, old school hard core and hip hop and how he came up with the idea to dedicate a park to Gorilla Biscuits in Queens!
In this episode of Street Res we begin a series of talks with artists who kill street art but not in conventional ways. This week we talk to Brooklyn Artist George Horner (@georgehorner) about his signs he hangs in his studio window that delight and annoy the neighbors. He also worked at Schafrazi gallery in the 80s with the likes of Warhol, Basquiat, Haring, Scharf and he'll tell some stories from back in the day.
In this episode of streetres we speak to RJ Rushmore, cofounder of Art in Ad Places, founder of Vandalog street art blog, and much much more. We chop it up talking about Street Art's meteoric rise to the world of fame cash and glory. Cover art by @elbowtoe Social links: @rjrushmore @artinadplaces.