Archive for May, 2011

Angela Jahn, Gallery:SUHU ~ Central

Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

Angela Cazel Jahn on the side of Gallery:SUHU (335 E. McKinley St.)

Within Five Years . . . ~ Central

Monday, May 30th, 2011

Over the weekend, the creative minds at Rogue Green put up a 4′ by 8′ chalkboard to encourage dialogue for what we imagine for our city in the next five years. It is located at 4th St. & McKinley off Roosevelt Row if you’d like to add your own two cents to the ongoing discussion.

The project was inspired by Candy Chang‘s installation in New Orleans titled, “Before I Die . . .”

Nitty Gritty Exhibit ~ 5 & 6 Art Space, Scottsdale

Thursday, May 26th, 2011

Here’s a couple pictures of The Nitty Gritty hanging at 5 & 6 Art Space right now. Check out more artists’ work at their facebook page. Photos by Dawud Austin and 5 & 6.

Jetsonorama ~ J.R.’s House, Navajo Nation

Wednesday, May 25th, 2011

More from Jetsonorama

I noticed a group of horse standing really close to the pictures. initially i thought they were taking advantage of the shade but then i noticed they were licking the pictures! ah ha! no wonder the image of stephanie looks so ratty. she’s been licked to death (as the cowboys are about to be). those silly horses probably think “hey, this flour and sugar mixture is great and we don’t even have to bend over for it.”

Check out more at his blog

Earth Day Festival ~ ASU

Monday, May 23rd, 2011

These are photos of the giant cube that was painted at the Earth Day Festival on April 22nd at Arizona State University. Each side measures 8 ft. x 8 ft, and was decorated by Anton Anger, Chester LawtonKento, and Christian Filardo.

Photos by Brain McCollow

Final Friday at Open Source Project ~ Tempe

Monday, May 23rd, 2011

This Friday, May 27th at Open Source Project (1415 E. University).  
Live music, live art, and ping pong.

V.III.I.VII (5317) T-Shirts from Brez

Thursday, May 19th, 2011

Here is a new design on womans/mens t-shirts for sale from Thomas “Breeze” Marcus. He writes on his blog . . .

This… is the take over. V.III.I.VII. (5317) Has the pyramid(triangle) with a complex sun(circle) design around it, with a record for an eye. The wings right below represent the divinity of us as spiritual beings, and the importance of complex thought and creativity. It is also a symbol to represent “inspiration to take flight”, meaning we are infinite and boundless, so let us live to our fullest potential. Last but not least is the “coded language” scripture at the bottom. It represents all ancient scriptures of knowledge and wisdom throughout human history.

He continues, “For those who already know what 5317 is, you know the rabbit hole goes even further. For those who do not, keep your eyes, ears and minds open for more to come.”

Place an order or inquire about the t-shirts at

UPDATE: I am Mad One [Part Three] ~ Apache & McClintock

Thursday, May 19th, 2011

UPDATE: Here is part three of Mad One remodeling the truth on a wall that originally got defaced the night before StickerPhiends #4. It was the reason for one of the strangest sights of the night– someone wearing a giant paper-mache bunny head in overalls passing out business cards with a photo of the wall claiming they were Banksy.

Kofie & El Mac on Pravus Gallery ~ Roosevelt & 5th St.

Thursday, May 19th, 2011

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This collaboration between El Mac and Augustine Kofie is probably the most well known mural in Phoenix, which is why it’s surprising we haven’t posted about it before. It is located on the side of what was formerly Pravus Gallery after they debuted their last show in May on First Friday. The building was originally a flower shop built in the 1950’s, hence the old signage that still stands today.

Stuck on the Street ~ Part Three

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

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NOMAS, Bazooka Bill, HMPH, AntiGirl, DAER