Tag: street art
Thin Green Line
We’re In This Together
The Purpose of Dialogue
Open Question: What is the purpose of dialogue?
- People generally only change their minds when in conversation with someone that loves them. How many conversations are we having with people we love?
- Maybe the point of conversation is to change our own minds. If we aren’t coming from that place, are we in dialogue at all?
- Trying to change other people’s mind is often a futile exercise. If true, then why bother having any dialogue at all?
Related: Agree to Disagree or Fight, Really Reading Means Being Open To Change, Arguing for a Different Reality, Celebrating Our Differences, and others.
An apartment building doorway.
Birds Aren’t Real
I don’t check Twitter or Instagram. The only thing I know about this image is what you see here, which I liked. Edit: Chotosahib pointed to the website FAQ, which makes for interesting reading.
Be Your Higher Self
In Moments of Pain
The Street Art Manual
“Bill Posters wants to teach people how to hack the streets. The graphic artist, activist and researcher (real name Barney Francis) has written an “illicit, tactical guide to creating art in public”. The Street Art Manual is an 11-step guide to street art covering the basics of graffiti and stencil work as well as providing an in-depth look at social media-grabbing work like urban murals.”—Henry Wong, “‘It stops the one-way flow of corporate bullshit’: graphic artist Bill Posters on subvertising.” Design Week. August 27, 2020.
The fact that this article is from a trade rag for advertising creatives says volumes.
Available via Rough Trade. h/t The Quietus.