lunes, 1 de marzo de 2010


These are the sites that we visit regularly. We consider these daily reads, so you should too!
Wooster Collective - The Wooster Collective was founded in 2001. Dedicated to showcasing and celebrating ephemeral art placed on streets in cities around the world. Contains images, videos, and descriptive comments documenting new and interesting street art, events, and other news, as well as navigational tools for searching the site's voluminous archive. Location: New York, New York

Juxtapoz - Juxtapoz Art & Culture Magazine is a lowbrow art publication created in 1994 by a group of artists and collectors including Robert Williams, C.R. Stecyk, Greg Escalante to help define and celebrate urban contemporary art. An ad heavy blog produced by High Speed Productions, who publishes Thrasher Skateboard magazine. Location: San Francisco, California Website:

Unurth - An amazing street art blog featuring: graffiti, stencils, pasteups - from around the world. Unurth does a great job of featuring a truly Worldwide view of the Street art Scene. Location: Los Angeles, California

Streetsy - Recently relaunched, Streetsy is considered an open conversation on streetart- join and post your daily streetart links, images, and videos- whatever you think is particularly noteworthy! "Sponsored" by Wooster, Jake Dobkin is a maestro when it comes to covering the Street Art Scene. Location: New York, New York
Fecal Face - Fecal Face is a content-rich, comprehensive, multidisciplinary art and culture website supporting the art scene in San Francisco and beyond since 2000. We really like Fecal Face for the great artist interviews / "Studio Visits". Location: San Francisco, California

Bomit - The only site with a focus on Sticker Art, Bomit features a photo gallery of street art, shop, dictionary, swap, and street art sticker info. Focuses on tagging using stickers. Online sales of street art posters, sticker packs, and supplies. Location: Los Angeles, California

Endless Canvas - Launched in 2008 Endless Canvas adds original street art and graffiti photos daily along with interviews and events. Zine features photography, original art and exclusive content. Inspired by East Coast street art blogs, they showcase what is happening in Oakland, Berkeley and SF. Location: Bay Area, California

The Street Spot - Very photo heavy, Robots Will Kill has teamed up with superstar photographers Becki Fuller and Luna Park to create an awesome street art blog. Location: New York, New York
Arrested Motion - Focuses more on the Gallery / Fine Art end of the
spectrum. Close Ups, Interviews, Features, Videos. These guys do a great job of making you feel like you were there with posts of art shows, openings, events. “The aim of every artist is to arrest motion…” -Faulkner. Location: Washington, DC
Animal - Not really a "street art blog" but has many features on the subject. Offensive, Arrogant, Uppity, and Semi-Bougie... We love the poser (non)hipsters at ANIMAL for pushing a great mix of underground culture, city-centric musings, and cultural epithets updated daily, providing compulsory reading for artists, writers, curators, creative peoples, (as well as editors, reporters, and brand people) . ANIMAL represents a new breed of media: interactive, transparent, dynamic, and connected to an eclectic flock of cultureholics. Location: New York, New York

Honorable Mentions: Global Graphica: