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Just casually scrolling through tumblr and pass something my boyfriend curated. RJ Rushmore, you impress and inspire me.
Of course, tumblr got rid of the credits, so here:
"Audrey Hepburn" by Tristan Eaton on Cafe Roma in Little Italy, done for the L.I.S.A. Project
(and curated by RJ Rushmore and wayne Rada ;) 

Just casually scrolling through tumblr and pass something my boyfriend curated. RJ Rushmore, you impress and inspire me.

Of course, tumblr got rid of the credits, so here:

"Audrey Hepburn" by Tristan Eaton on Cafe Roma in Little Italy, done for the L.I.S.A. Project

(and curated by RJ Rushmore and wayne Rada ;) 

(Source: darkroomkitchen, via fuckingoodshits)

— 3 weeks ago with 16973 notes
#rj rushmore  #lisa project  #street art  #tristan eaton  #audrey hepburn  #graffiti 
Incredible portrait by the incredible Logan Hicks! (at 154 Stanton St)

Incredible portrait by the incredible Logan Hicks! (at 154 Stanton St)

— 1 month ago with 4 notes
#caroline caldwell  #logan hicks  #artwork  #stencil  #street art 
Viral Art: How the internet has shaped street art and graffiti →

Viral Art is a free ebook by RJ Rushmore, which examines how the histories of street art and graffiti have been shaped by communication technologies and why the future of street art and graffiti may lie in digital interventions.

This is a FREE BOOK. Information should be free and accessible to the public, in the same way that street art does not hide itself inside the white walls of a gallery. This book is a must read.

— 2 months ago
#viral art  #rj rushmore  #book  #books  #education  #literature  #information  #street art  #graffiti  #academics 
Rj Vandalog Rushmore’s questions and critiques are the only interesting dialogue in the street art community.

loganhicks:

Rj Vandalog Rushmore’s questions and critiques are the only interesting dialogue in the street art community. I’m not even saying they are right or wrong, I’m just saying they are the only ones worth reading. The street art circle jerk where everyone says “that’s cool” is just such a fucking yawn fest. 80% (and this is a generous estimate) of the work that is made is total and utter crap. So why is 90% of the conversation that takes place unfettered praise of mediocre work? The numbers just aren’t there. Why do people insist on thinking that just because someone was ‘created’ it’s good? If you put your work on a wall, in a gallery, in front of the pubic you are asking for the world to critique you. You want hugs? go ask your moms. She’ll love you no matter what. You want to make a living off of art? shut the fuck because some guy you don’t really care about doesn’t really like what you did. After you are dead the only testament to your career will be the work you leave behind. If you need to explain why an event, art or action was good, it’s not. It just isn’t. Strong work stands on it’s own, without explanation or instructions on how to enjoy it. Honesty is not the same as hating. If someone doesn’t like my work or events that I do, you know what I do? not a fucking thing because one opinion means nothing more to me than another grain of sand means something to the beach. Opinions are like assholes, everyone has one, and most of them stink. When someone tells me I’m great, I try not to pay attention. When someone tells me I’m shit, I try not to pay attention. So stop getting your panties in a bunch and buck the fuck up. You think that Tom Waits gets his feelings hurt because someone doesn’t like his music? You think that Christopher Walken responds to critiques because they didn’t like his performance in a movie? Of course not. You want to be a king, act like one. Keep your head up, stand tall and just do your thing. Otherwise provide me with enough cheese to go with your whine. For reals

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— 3 months ago with 2 notes
#rj rushmore  #logan hicks  #street art  #graffiti  #art  #caroline caldwell 
My mom is a sly writer. Suburban Mother Crew going hard over here!

My mom is a sly writer. Suburban Mother Crew going hard over here!

(Source: HUGCLUB)

— 3 months ago with 2 notes
#caroline caldwell  #dirt worship  #dirtworship  #graffiti  #street art  #graff  #tag  #throw up 
My “L.O.V.E.” mural for Brewerytown Beats record store in Philly!
I asked the shop owner if I could do Benjamin Franklin doing the Robert Indiana ‘Brotherly Love’ thing and he seemed stoked about it - apparently his father makes his living as a Franklin impersonator!

My “L.O.V.E.” mural for Brewerytown Beats record store in Philly!

I asked the shop owner if I could do Benjamin Franklin doing the Robert Indiana ‘Brotherly Love’ thing and he seemed stoked about it - apparently his father makes his living as a Franklin impersonator!

— 3 months ago with 66 notes
#caroline caldwell  #brewerytown beats  #mural  #street art  #graffiti  #handstyle  #benjamin franklin  #ben franklin  #robert indiana  #love  #art 
Detail of the mural I just finished for Brewerytown Beats record store. This is about as *Philly* as I can get.

Detail of the mural I just finished for Brewerytown Beats record store. This is about as *Philly* as I can get.

(Source: hugclub)

— 3 months ago with 25 notes
#caroline caldwell  #philly  #philadelphia  #handstyle  #graffiti  #handstyles  #tag  #tags  #graff  #street art  #ben franklin  #art 
Here’s to hoping my mom likes Brahms as much as I do

Here’s to hoping my mom likes Brahms as much as I do

— 3 months ago with 10 notes
#caroline caldwell  #art  #drawing  #draw  #artwork  #street art  #graffiti  #vandalism  #brahms  #classical  #composer  #music  #piano