Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 02, 2011
Longtime Juxtapoz contributor, and co-author of the new The History of American Graffiti book, Caleb Neelon, recently spoke at TEDxBoston. Courting the Creative Class notes that despite Boston's love of innovation and institutionalized art, local artists are leaving the city, not because they want to, but because Boston's blank walls don't inspire their creativity.
Juxtapoz // Saturday, February 19, 2011
Steve "ESPO" Powers has a talent in delivery. Whether it is art, a book, or a film, the man can bring a message. That is why we were happy to watch his recent TED Talk in Philly for TEDxPhilly. ESPO speaks about the A Love Letter For You mural project, as well as how the concept is spreading to Brazil. Video after the jump . . .
Street Art // Saturday, January 22, 2011
One of the great street, fine, and philanthropic artisits active today, Callie Curry, aka Swoon, has become synonymous with creating art on her own terms. This TEDxBrooklyn talk is very interesting and enlightening, in that Callie really reflects on the positive energy and impact afforded to her under the project and moniker she calls Swoon. This is really a great talk and we highly recommend spending some time watching it in full.