Sam3

October 21, 2009 § 1 Comment

A handful of street art pieces by Sam3.

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Poster Boy

January 25, 2009 § 3 Comments

Poster Boy is a New York City based street artist. By using a razor, Poster Boy slices up advertisements in the subway system to create completely original works of art. Due to the illegal nature of his work, Poster Boy remains anonymous.

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Luz Interruptus

December 29, 2008 § Leave a comment

Spanish designers Luzinterruptus have completed a guerrilla lighting installation in a Madrid street. The Luz Interruptus project temporarily decorated 26 street lamps in Calle del Pez with domestic-style shades. According to the designers the installation, carried out on the night of 12 December, cost 180 Euros, took three hours and lasted seven hours.

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Cuprocking

August 1, 2008 § 2 Comments

Andy Uprock calls his street art: Cuprocking. He sticks white plastic cups in fences to create patterns, some even get a spray can treatment.

The idea germinated when I was a kid playing soccer and all the kids used to squash their drink bottles and rubbish into the fence. Being quite imaginative as a youngin, I would see the patterns and shapes emerge and would then add more junk to create patterns or words.

via: todayandtomorrow, rebel:art

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