Lisa Dorenfest has her own blog: One Ocean At A Time. This is the link: http://lisadorenfest.com/. For those of you who like to click, click here. Lisa is currently circumnavigating the globe aboard the Amandala with the Captain. Her blog has some great images of what she sees in her travels and some great street art. … More Guest Blogger Alert. Lisa Dorenfest. July 17, 2016
Antonia Zennaro, Ami Cardenas and Colectivo Mujeres Con Poder: Tutuk Muntu: AntoniaZennaro, Ami Cardenas, Colectivo Mujeres Con Poder: All Three: Antonia Zennaro Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/antoniazennaro/ For those of you who like to click, click here. Killart Festival Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/killartfest/ For those of you who like to click, click here. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/killartfestival For those of you who click, click here.
Alexandra Soldatova is a photographer based out of Minsk. Ms Soldatova worked on this project from 201-2015 in her home country of Belarus. She says of her images of the decorated bus stops: “All these paintings on the bus stops are made through local authorities by unknown “artists” with the only purpose to beautify empty landscape.” An exhibit … More It Must Be Beautiful: Decorating Reality. Alexandra Soldatova. Minsk, Belarus. Street Art Photographer.
Ms Grondahl photographed the graffiti that started appearing in Cairo after the January 25, 2011 revolution in Egypt, and continued photographing it for a year and a half. 435 color photographs, 208 pages, paperback, available only in North America and Egypt. The book also includes interviews with artist whose work is profiled in the book. Images from … More Revolution Graffiti: Street Art of the New Egypt. Mia Gröndahl.
Norabelle and I haven’t been feeling too great of late. Nora had a flat rear tire. I wheeled her over to the bike guy who cut her old lock off. She had a thorn. He tried a patch of the inner tube. I had to take her back and the bike guy replaced her inner … More I Am Not Cut Out To Be a Cat or Turkey Photographer in China by Frankie Beane
Yola (Jola Kudela) has a book out: Per Jola’s website: The book focuses on a street art project she ran in Warsaw. She recreated scenes from Renaissance paintings using people from a local community center. The tome (it’s not really a tome but I didn’t want to use the word book twice in the same sentence) is … More RENESANSOWY STREET ART: Jola Kudela (Yola)