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O+ 2018 more

This piece is in a covered walkway and very difficult to photograph. The images are directly across from each other.

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This gives a sense of the space. Golden Artist Colors are one on the sponsors of the festival.

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This years theme was reflection.

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Art by Will Lytle aka Thorneater comics at Citizens Bank building 273 Wall st.

He has two other murals in Kingston which I will post in the future.

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these are older murals that I’ve recently rephotographed

 

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Art by Kimberly Kae – Bilancia – Birch Body Spa, 73 Crown st. 2013.

 

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Art by Gaia – Pronkstilleven – the Stuvesant Building 289 Fair st. 2015

This mural covers the whole side of the building so this is a very small part of it.

 

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Geddes Jones Paulsen and Randiel Sanudo – untitled – 309 Fair st. 2011.

 

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I don’t have any info on this artist

 

 

O+ 2018 and

 

In progress

kngstn murals 18-069Art by Tani Ikeda, Jess X. Snow and Layqa Nuna Yawar – Survivor Love Letter – at Family of Woodstock Darmstadt Shelter, 40 Thomas st.

Finished art by Jess X. Snow from O+ 2016.

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Art by Jess X Snow with Jia Sung – Mothers of Invention – at Artbar, 674 Broadway.

This is from 2017. I love that they matched their garden and chairs to the mural.

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Art by Nanibah – Nani- Chacon  -We’ve Always Found Our Way Home – at The Brush Factory, 107 Greenkill Ave.

 

 

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New Art in progress…..

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Art by boogieREZ at Eddys Restaurant, 724 Broadway.

 

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Art by Lindsey Wolkowicz at Anne Hebard School of Ballet, 795 Broadway.

 

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Art by Samantha French and Aaron Hauck at Keegan Ales, 20 Saint James st. (Prospect st. side of the building.

 

more to come…..

Kingston NY……Street Art……O+ Festival

Kingston’s O+ (positive) festival had beautiful weather, a great farmers market and probably a lot of good music. I go for the street art.

20131017-144753.jpgIn case it is not apparent in the photo the left side of the paste up is the Women of Willendorf, aka the Paleolithic Venus figurine we all should have seen in art history 101. I don’t know who the sunbather on the right is.

The mural is huge, with a multi breasted Aphrodite sculpture rising up out of a gorge….it’s complicated, lots of symbolism, etc.

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This one is a brilliant bit of color, other than that I’m clueless, but it’s fun.

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Sorry that I don’t have the artists’ name, but you can link to the web page O+. I took some photos last year, I’ll go back and see if any are worth posting.

Chile…..street art

Editing continues….slowly. I hope by next week to have a proper page of street art posted. Here are two examples from my quick edit that I am fond of. They were taken in Huesco (I hope I have the spelling right) which is a town on the coast, west of Vallenar, half way between La Serena and Copiapo.

20121206-132739.jpgAround the corner there was an NWA stencil, which made me wonder if it was the same NWA, or if I was dating myself or just showing my absolute lack of knowledge about music.
This was only a few doors down.

20121206-133229.jpgI am often amazed by how advertising, especially iconic typography becomes street art.
Street art, wall painting, advertising, graffiti, how ever one refers to it, it always makes me wonder who is choosing to leave it up and why. Chile seems to be incredibly tolerant of it, perhaps even to embrace it. I know I have certainly enjoyed it.