Neal White and the Office of Experiments will police London’s Peckham Square this June 21-28 with your best interest in mind. Image courtesy of Peckham Space That week, a kiosk will appear in the square, not dissimilar to other security structures to the average observant, but rather than surveil, its attendant will talk to the [...]
Artists Strike Back! The New York Street Advertising Takeover (NYSAT)/Municipal Landscape Control Committee
UPDATE: It seems our friend Josh from Just Seeds was also a participant. If you know of other artists involved, please let us know in the comment section! PublicAdCampaign.com‘s Jordan Seiler recounted the events of April 25th, 2009, with just a few words: “Something happened yesterday, an eye for an eye…” The New York Street [...]
In celebration of their 20th anniversary, the Center for the Study of Political Graphics will produce a limited edition portfolio with 3-5 silkscreen posters, selected from pool of competition entrants. The call for poster design entries can be found here. Winning designs will be reproduced in an edition of 125 silkscreen prints. Winning artists will [...]
What are the images that we associate with climate change? Where are the inspiring designs that might instigate change or revolution? On May 10th, Boston’s South End, Platform2 and Richard DaVies will team up for an afternoon workshop using digital media and silkscreen techniques to critically analyze, deconstruct and revision icons of climate change in [...]
My grandfather passed away this afternoon, and there won’t be any Groundswell posts until next week. Please check back then!