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Tag Archives: Street Art
Stickers seen in the window of a surf shop in Garberville, in south Humboldt County in Northern California. Together with Trinity and Mendocino counties, the region is known as “the Emerald Triangle” after the crop that has replaced logging and fishing as the main industries.
Preview shot of It Came from Outside! At Big Umbrella Studios in San Francisco. Good art, good cause, good grief! Curated by resident coy bad boy koi artist and queer street art historian Jeremy Novy.
It came from Outside! – is an art show and sale benefitting an after school program dedicated to teaching urban renewal through mural and graffiti projects. Curated by Jeremy Novy, this exhibit of street art and more opens Friday, September 14th at Big Umbrella Studios on Divisadero Street in San Francisco. Gay Highwaymen has donated a two-sided, mixed media Tough Love stencil (It’s No/All a Game) with hand-lettering on a game board. For the origins of the Leather David icon, click here.
Novy’s cool take-off of a Warhol soup can is on display with a lot of his other stencil work at Tough Love. They are scattered throughout the show here and there: a nod to the furtive nature of street art. And these three are installed over the Exit sign…another Art World in-joke for those who know why museums always make visitors…exit through the gift shop!
Sign seen in the back patio of the Lone Star Saloon on Harrison in San Francisco. Three stickers complete the modification. Hump becomes humping, of course. Two little mens room guys hang in the capital P. Yes…in the pee. And for the finish: Make Art. Paint Things. Be Awesome.
Sounds like a plan…the Lone Star also features stencil-and-spray artist Jeremy Novy‘s cool nishikigoi (koi) swimming perpetually around the pool table. Novy will show an example or three of his Leathermen series at Tough Love, an exhibit of hard homoerotic work that will open at the Center for Sex and Culture in September.
Seen on the side of an electrical box in rural Mendocino County, just north of Ft. Bragg. Check out his giant Indian Club…