Yesterday a Brooklyn judge ruled for the first time that graffiti can be protected under law: Developer Jerry Wolkoff has been ordered to pay $6.75 million in damages for the destruction of 45 artworks at 5Pointz.
In his only English-language interview on the subject, Invader shares his perspective on the “uproar” caused by his recent invasion in Bhutan.
Taking advantage of a loophole in San Francisco's Public Works Code, last weekend fnnch invented a new form of legal street art: sign bombing.
Banksy's latest work engages Hull's past and future in the playful critique of a drawbridge that's been permanently raised since 1994.
Spacejunk art center director Alban Morlot shares the motivation behind their first-ever Points de Vue Street Art Week in Bayonne, France.
Australian artist Chris Fox transformed a 1931 wooden escalator into public sculpture that brings M. C. Escher to a Sydney train station.
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