Posts Tagged ‘politics’

“No matter what I do to the piece,” he says, “as long as I did something to those advertisements and that saturation, it’s political. It’s anti-media, anti–established art world” sais Poster Boy. Poster Boy, “the Matisse of subway-ad mash-ups“, is a New York City based street artist. By using a razor, Poster Boy slices up […]

crisis & change


Face 2 Face


For a third successive day Israeli planes have launched bombing raids on Gaza and according to Palestinian officials the number of dead has risen to around 300. The conflict rose less than a week after the expiry of a six-month-long ceasefire deal with Hamas – the militant movement which controls Gaza. In these days becomes […]

Some years ago, while I was studying Sociology in the University of A Coruña, during the classes of José María Cardesin, a teacher I deeply admire, I saw a documentary on Rwanda’s genocide. Until now I’ve never seen anything more brutal than those images with Tutsi kids, women and men tortured and killed by their […]

last night after the tricky concert i needed something to cool down as i was terribly annoyed by tricky’s lousy performance & the shitty organization (bodyguards forcing the people to take back their places on chairs once they were raising to dance is only one of the things…) so i watched the documentary Maradona by […]

Jef Aérosol


Jef Aérosol 2008 – New York Originally uploaded by Jef Aerosol JEF AÉROSOL belongs to the first French street art generation of the early 80s (with the likes of Epsylon Point, Speedy Graphito, Mesnager, Miss Tic, Blek, etc…). For twenty-five years now he’s hit the walls of numerous cities (Paris, Lille, Chicago, London, Venice…) and […]

In Colombia more than 10,000 indigenous people march in protest against President Alvaro Uribe. They are protesting the militarization of their lands, the Free Trade Agreement of the Americas, and continuing state and paramilitary violence against their communities which has led to at least 24 assassinations since early September.