Banksy Vs KKK
Saturday, 21st November 2009
Bristol based graffiti artist Banksy is taking a road trip around America, it seems and leaving his mark as he goes. The Wooster Collective, have to low down of his most recent statement.
"After leaving New Orleans, it appears that Banksy is now heading through the Deep South.
The piece below was spotted on an old abandoned Chevron Station near Birmingham Alabama. (We're told it's somewhere between where the 59 Freeway meets the 65 going South near a large Home Depot on the 59)
(Note: As of now, the one photo below is all that exists, so if you're in the area and see the piece, let us know and send us some snaps)"
Wednesday, 04th November 2009
Simple but effective, these birds are made from the simplest forms and subtle curves. Block colour enhances their impact whilst a gentle shades of the same colours are applied for softness.
Each print is "Giclée (digitally) printed on a high quality professional Epson printer, with pigment-based, Epson UltraChrome K3 inks, that will last up to 100 years. Printed on Epson Ultra Smooth (hot press) 250 g/m2 archival fine art paper."
There are tons more birds to be found on the lumadessa website
which include the Red Crested Cardinal, Toco Toucan, Black-Capped Chickadee, Vermilion Flycatcher, Green Honeycreeper and Whistling Fruit Dove to name but a few.
Each print is one of fifty limited editions, signed and numbered by Maine based artist Josh Brill. They retail for $20 and 5% of profits are donated to Animal and Environmental charities.
Low Winter Sun
Thursday, 15th October 2009