Banksy strikes again, as he visited New York City this weekend. He set up a pop up shop in the city’s famed Central Park, in an effort to dupe the masses. The pieces all had an estimated value of over $40,000 and were all available for the one time only price of….$60. That’s right, 60 bones. See for yourself.
This is “Water Light Graffiti”, it is a new form of communication using a specifically designed wall. The wall is made out of LEDs that are illuminated by water or anything damp. Just watch the video, this is pretty amazing. Click HERE for all the technical info.
Artist Tilt has created one of the coolest hotel rooms I have ever seen in Marseille, France. The hotel has five different rooms which are redone annually by different artists. Love how half of the room is all white and the other half is graffiti.
V for Vendetta Ho! I heard about Kidult earlier this year when he started tagging luxury brand stores in Paris. Here is a video of his most recent work. He tagged up some of the Kenzo stores in Paris, who’s new Flower Tag line had just been debuted. Pretty damn righteous. Graffiti ain’t dead.
Here’s another video and a small description of Kidult and who he is.
Angered and frustrated by the sudden infatuation and commercialization of the graffiti movement, French street artist Kidult has taken to the streets of Paris in an effort to reclaim his craft. In a retaliation against major luxury labels, Kidult has tagged a string of stores in recent months that include colette, Agnés b., JC/DC and Supreme. The video above features a one-on-one interview with Kidult in his workshop and follows along as the vandal hits several major Parisian shopping destinations.