Julien PorisseThank you Jessica for including 'Yes & No' in this collection.
Michael Cutlip's (Ticket Please), reminds me of a French street artist Raymond Hains, who did collages of torn posters in the 1960's and is considered one of the founders of street art.
Nice to see Liam Porisse getting some light with his 'Thought chapter 174'. Typography, stencils use of medium and even painterly skill are well shown here. Thanks
Michael CutlipThanks for featuring my work...and in honor of one of my all time favorites!
December 22, 2015 at 6:08 pm
Christian GastaldiThanks for selecting two of my work.
G+O 04 is a collaborative work with OXYD Factory, done in August 2014 in Montréal (Qebec - Canada). We wanted to confront our work on distressed material, car parts for OXYD and street posters for me.
MAR-POI is a series made from old posters collected in the Paris subway's station MARCADET-POISSONNIERS during refurbishment work. I was interested in the specific textures of this old material and its colors beautifully modified by the passing of time.
Julien PorisseThank you Jessica for including me in this outstanding collection, where the freshness of today and yesterday all mix very well.
Also, Fabienne Jenny Jacquet for your comment. Thank you
December 23, 2015 at 3:18 pm
Taylor WhiteThanks for including my work Jessica! It's an honor to be among such a nice collection of work!
December 24, 2015 at 1:54 am
Alejandra KreislerHello Jessica! I just organized an urban art exhibition in Madrid at the oldest gallery in the city www.galeriakreisler.com. Please if you like street art, have a look! We have the best and most well known young artists in our portfolio. Two galleries have organized this exhibition.. Www.upandcoming.gallery and www.iamgallerymadrid.com. I am sure you all will love this exhibition!
December 24, 2015 at 6:07 am
Alejandra KreislerAnd I recommend you all if you like urban art, what OKUDA has done in an abandoned church in the north of Spain #KaosTemple