Street Art Saturation

The more thoroughly I watch the street art world, the more fascinated I become. I’ve always enjoyed graffiti, but I must say that the art form has definitely matured in the past few years. It’s inspiring to be reminded how far one can go in the quest to re-imagine and re-purpose the urban landscape.

My favorite street art feeds: Wooster Collective and Streetsy (Jake Dobkin’s flickr photostream). Wooster Collective has been particularly good lately. Today’s posting of a wall animation by blu is absolutely stellar. Here’s the video:


>Online worlds collide: Wooster Collective and EveryBlock


I want to figure out where these photos were taken so I can see if the works show up as graffiti incidents on everyblock.

[Re-Post from Wooster Collective]:

Nick Walker Hits New York

Ran into Nick Walker the other day here in Manhattan. Good to see that he’s bringing a bit of life back to the streets of New York (which as of late have been pretty dormant of new work.) He tells us that there’s lots more to come…