This is Lady Pink, one of the only female graffiti artists active in the ’80s. Jenny Holzer, famous for her feminist postmodern “Truisms,” designed this shirt and Lady Pink wore it around NYC. Someone needs to re-release this tee...
Rone is one of the most iconic graffiti artists of Australia, his work hides under many overpasses throughout the city of Melbourne. Over the years the now famed artist reached street acclaim for plastering large canvases depicting faces of “girls” throughout the urban centers of Australia, London, New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Tokyo, Barcelona and Hong Kong.
The UK's biggest outdoor mural can be found covering the walls of Strathclyde University in the area around George Street. Known as the 'Wonderwall' it covers more than 1000 square metres and even has its own hashtag #Strathwonderwall. The artwork is a collaboration by local artists Rogue One and Ejek.
'Graffiti artist Banksy strikes again'. This is a very famous piece of Banksy, I like the way it is political, having a soldier frisked by a member of the public is cool because it is like 'putting the shoe on the other foot sort of thing'. Almost saying' why should the people get searched by police but we cannot search them?' (Banksy, 2007.)
Banksy painted an elephant and placed an inflatable Guantanamo detainee in Disneyland. Now Hollywood loves him. Dan Glaister in Los Angeles and Rob Sharp report on the incredible rise of Britain's secretive graffiti artist.