Watch this space for more content from BDAB’s trek across NYC. Above is Banksy’s Hammer Boy painted during his “artist residency” in the city back in 2013, Better Out Than In.
Mark Zuckerberg aka Zuck One aka Wealthiest Graffiti Writer aka Mr. Facebook tags his own office wall with David Choe (@davidchoe).
This post is a little late, but you know what they say, “Better late than never.” Hanksy (@hanksynyc) is an anonymous street artist born to Internet fame through his humorously infectious wheatpasted posters found on decrepit walls, mostly in New… Continue Reading
I’ve posted about Pressimus before, and I’ve been using it regularly ever since, which is why I’m even more excited about this news: BDAB is featured on the front page of this new technology platform! Here are 3 reasons why you… Continue Reading
Pharrell, a long time admirer and collector of Murakami (@takashipom), visited the artist’s studio in Japan to promote the upcoming show titled The 500 Arhats at Mori Art Museum in the Roppongi Hills. Murakami explains his motivation behind the masterpiece… Continue Reading
Don’t be alarmed! The first minute of this video starts off like an educational science video you might’ve seen in high school, but I swear it’ll blow your mind if you keep watching. Kelsey Brookes (@kelseybrookes) has been hiding chemistry in… Continue Reading
Those in highbrow art circles detest saying the words “street art”, instead electing to call it “urban art”, which suits their refined tastes more. Urban art sounds so fake though, since street art isn’t relegated to urban areas and is… Continue Reading
Retna (@ironeyeretna) did the cover art for a new Justin Bieber album. He’s sold out many times (1, 2, 3, 4) before, but this one takes the cake.
Shepard Fairey (@obeygiant) is how I became an art collector, which in turn is why this blog exists today. I bring this up because I finally got to meet the artist and attend his talk last night at the New Roads… Continue Reading
Even before arriving at the exhibition venue, I wanted to hate it. I knew I’d hate it. The website alone is repulsive enough (don’t even get me started on the “graffiti” font), but imagine a large studio space filled with uninspired,… Continue Reading