Author Archives: lastlab

Phlegm: Street Art and Beasts

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Recently, I went to one of my favourite London based street artist’s exhibition at the new Howard Griffin GalleryPhlegm.

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Call Parade: Telephone Cabins Art

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If you have ever visited London, probably you have seen at least once someone taking a picture with the typical red telephone cabins. Say it again? Were you one of them?
If you are a telephone cabin lover, so you should think about visiting Brasil during the Call Parade, an artistic exhibition in the streets of the most important Brazilian cities with the aim to make fine art closer to the public.

Here some interesting examples of what happened in San Paulo during the 2012 exhibition. Which one is your favourite?

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Erin Gleeson: Food, Recipes and Photography

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Instagram changed our perception of food: in a restaurant, in a fast food, in a bakery, in the street or at home, you will find someone taking pictures of their meal everywhere! But what happens when taking a picture of the dish is a professional food photographer? And if the photographer is suggesting you the recipes at the same time?

That is the case of Erin Gleeson with her blog The Forest Feast and her recipes to read and taste…first of all with your eyes.

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Mike Mitchell: Art, Fun and Irony

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Mike Mitchell doesn’t like to speak much about his life, so there is no better way than introducing him with the biography published on his web site.
Mike Mitchell is an artist in Austin, TX. He has a wife Lauren, one normal cat, one cross-eyed cat, one blind cat, and a dog who isn’t normal, but does have great vision. He thinks high fives are pretty cool and he likes to spend as much time writing bio’s as it took to read this.

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Miss Van: Streets and Sensual Provocation

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Miss Van is a Toulouse native and current Barcelona resident who started wall-painting in the streets at the age of 18, initiating the feminine movement in street art. Miss Van’s sultry female characters began to pop up on city center walls in the mid 1990s. She is now exhibiting all around the world from NY to LA, Europe (France, Switzerland, Germnay, Spain, Italy, UK, etc.), and Asia. She has shown with some of the greatest artists now as Os Gemeos, Mike Giant, Banksy, Faile, Shepard Fairey, Barry Mcgee, Ryan McGinness, Takashi Murakami, Ed Templeton, and many others.

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Palehorse: the Art Of Chris Parks

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Logos, canvas, posters, apparel, murals and so much more are the results of Chris Parks stunning work. Park is an illustrator for hire able to recreate a colorful world, filled with mythology, ancient civilizations, altered states, sacred geometry & mystical creatures. In his works we can find a mix of oriental and western culture which, represented with a personal style, creates a new world with gods and holy figures all together with the icons of the mass and consumerism culture.

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Jeans, Religion and Intertextuality: a short movie

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