The Art of Sticky Shaw

The Art of Sticky Shaw

The first time we texted, Sticky Shaw was driving to Mammoth. The second time, he was there, on the mountain, taking a powder break and ready to talk. I didn’t know his real name (it might be Sticky Shaw after all) or much about him, I just found his work—a Berlin

WRDSMTH: A Conversation With The Street Art Scribe

WRDSMTH: A Conversation With The Street Art Scribe

Good writers aspire to greatness. Great writers aspire to instill greatness upon others. Such is the case with Los Angeles-based street artist WRDSMTH, whose work can be seen everywhere from electrical boxes in Venice, CA to the cobbled walkways of Shoreditch, London. A Robin Hood of painted prose, WRDSMTH steals from

10 Street Artists To Follow … To The Ends Of The Earth

10 Street Artists To Follow … To The Ends Of The Earth

No longer is street art performed under the cloak of darkness, spray paint in hand, by talented artists whose work isn’t just revolutionary, it’s downright illegal. These days, cities commission street artists to brighten up buildings and parks with their creations and the result, the official crosswalk of art and public space, is mind-blowingly

The Water Bends

The Water Bends

As if to say ‘let’s start anew’ the water bends then breaks in two and all the while the girl walks through but if not her, well, why not you? Sasha hadn’t spoken to Bernardo in days. She didn’t want him to think her rude or impertinent or any of

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