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Edge of Canvas resources

This is a resource for the Edge of the Canvas class at Seattle Art Museum. The artists listed are just the tip of the iceberg of amazingly inventive people who are creatively contributing to our surroundings with ephemeral art. These artists were chosen specifically for their unique approaches to what is considered Street art.

Artists

Jean Michel Basquiat a/k/a Samo
Wikipedia

Ellis G
ellis g
Arrested Motion interview

Barry McGee a/k/a Twist
Barry McGee
Swindle Magazine interview

Anthony Lister
anthony lister
Fecal Face Interview
Interview with Zak Smith for Rumpus

Swoon
Swoon
gammablog interview

Poster Boy
poster boy
NYMag Profile


Revs

revs
NY Times Profile

Aakash Nihalani
aakash nihalani
NY Times Magazine interview
Vodpod videos no longer available.

David Ellis a/k/a Skwerm
david ellis

Judith Supine
judith supine
Articles from the Village Voice

BLU
BLU

Mark Jenkins
mark jenkins
Myartspace Interview

Vodpod videos no longer available.

JR
jr
Rundown on Kenya Project
BBC Faces of Favelas

Graffiti Research Lab
Graffiti Research Lab

Vodpod videos no longer available.

KR
KR
NY Times interview

Deuce 7
deuce 7
deuce 7
Village Voice Profile

Websites

Wooster Collective
Ekosystem
What You Write
12ozProphet
Arrested Motion
Ektopia
The Seventh Letter
Streetsy
Art Crimes“”

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International Thief Thief 3/19/09

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Moniker Deuce 7 2008 (via artcrimes)

  • The Blastmaster ain’t buying into the “new” look of the illuminati (via animalny)
  • “My mum brought me the book ‘Subway art’ and that spurred my interest in graffiti, but that was way, way before any of my own activities and the term ‘Street Art’ was coined, so I’m not sure she could be held accountable for that really, I think skateboarding has more to do with it, but then again she did buy me my first skateboard!” D*Face talks about street art and the market, Is it over? (via myartspace)
  • The gorgeous splinters of Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira (via CRBlog)
  • The Spraycan School, Class of 1982. (via Chino@12oz)
  • “I am open to new materials and ideas. A wet sponge on a dusty window is just as cool and effective as a can of paint.” Interview with drippy ink king KR (via WYW)
  • Are the Youtube pastiche creations of artists like Kutiman changing the very fabric of art and music? (via Frieze)
  • Take it to the bridge:
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