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From The Digital Sweatshop
The Music, Art and Travels of Alan D. Oldham a.k.a. DJ T-1000.

Interesting Graffiti.

Monday, August 27, 2007

I've been seeing some very interesting pieces lately. This first one is right around the corner from my place in Chicago. I pass by that very same spot almost everyday and it wasn't there the day before. Basquiat is my all-time favorite fine artist as you all are aware.



About a mile away is this one, another that popped up overnight. It's got that Bratz feel; that cute face with no nose look.



In Berlin, these posters caught my eye. A subversive dig at the hipster scene? Minimal backlash? These were plastered right next to Watergate a.k.a. minimal emo scenester central, so that could be a clue. You can be insulting somebody and still be design-forward. Love it.



This building is right next to Berlin Ostbahnhof, a.k.a. the big train station. What a nice message to start the day.

-AO :: 4:39 PM ::

Comments:1

  • With a background like I'm using on Myspace page, how could I not comment. There are lots of talented artists known only to those "in the know" so to speak. I'd love to see some of their work.

    By Blogger Jake, on Monday, August 27, 2007 11:57:00 PM  

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