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VIDEO UPDATE: MadOne’s StickerPhiends / Printed Matters #5 ~ Cartel Coffee Lab, Tempe

Sticker Phiends V.II 2012 from Miguel Norigenna on Vimeo.

Shot and chopped by: Miguel Norigenna (Baron Films)
Location Sound Mixer: Dale Ray Cooke

 

From StickerPhiends / Printed Matters #5 that took place at Cartel Coffee Lab on October 13th, 2012. Curator/Street/Gallery artist Mike “Mad One” Neely hosted the fifth annual one of a kind “Sticker Phiends”, a showcase of local and international sticker artists, graphic designers, graffiti artists, print makers and many others. The show featured “printed matters” and other forms of street/gallery art.

More to come . . . .

www.StickerPhiends.com

 

MadOne’s StickerPhiends / Printed Matters #5 THIS SATURDAY NIGHT ~ Cartel Coffee Lab, Tempe

MadOne Presents: Sticker Phiends / Printed Matters #5
October 13th, 2012 @ Cartel Coffee Lab (University & Ash)
8:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.

Curator/Street/Gallery artist Mike “Mad One” Neely will host the fifth annual one of a kind “Sticker Phiends”, a showcase of local and international sticker artists, graphic designers, graffiti artists, print makers and many others. The show will feature “printed matters” and other forms of street/gallery art. This year we will have plenty of free giveaways throughout the night donated by our sponsors like adult beverages, clothes, magazines, dvd’s and limited edition screen prints/stickers produced by showcasing artists and much more…

 

View the facebook event page here

 

JB Snyder on The Painted Desert Project, Navajo Nation

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JB Snyder

All photos by Emily Caldwell

In the remote landscapes of Northeastern Arizona, international and local artists alike have come together for an ambitious endeavor dubbed, “The Painted Desert Project”. Organized by AZ-based Jetsonorama and Yote, it aims to put the spotlight on a region and people too often overlooked and misunderstood. By painting murals on food stands and dilapidated structures around the reservation, the farthest of which span 125 miles, they hope the millions of tourists visiting the Grand Canyon each year will be encouraged to stop and enjoy what Navajo culture has to offer. Artists involved in the project include Jetsonorama, Yote, Thomas “Breeze”, Tom Greyeyes, Overunder, Doodles, Gaia, Labrona, ROA, JB Snyder, and more.

View more from our series on The Painted Desert Project

 

Lalo Cota ~ Grand Ave & McKinley St.

 

Lalo Cota

“The San Francisco Peaks Are Sacred” ~ Jetsonorama, Flagstaff

Work by Jetsonorama in Flagstaff

Wheatpaste ~ Lux Coffee, Stuck on the Street

 

In front of Lux Coffee (4402 North Central Avenue)

Truth Wheatpaste ~ Roosevelt Row

5th St & Garfield

Jetsonorama, Breeze, Greyeyes ~ The Painted Desert Project, Part Three, Navajo Nation

Jetsonorama

Thomas “Breeze” Marcus

Breeze X Jetsonorama

Tom Greyeyes

Photos by Chip Thomas, Breeze, & Phxtaco

In the remote landscapes of Northeastern Arizona, international and local artists alike have come together for an ambitious endeavor dubbed, “The Painted Desert Project”. Organized by AZ-based Jetsonorama and Yote, it aims to put the spotlight on a region and people too often overlooked and misunderstood. By painting murals on food stands and dilapidated structures around the reservation, the farthest of which span 125 miles, they hope the millions of tourists visiting the Grand Canyon each year will be encouraged to stop and enjoy what Navajo culture has to offer. Artists involved in the project include Jetsonorama, Yote, Thomas “Breeze”, Tom Greyeyes, Overunder, Doodles, Gaia and Labrona.

View Part One and Part Two of our Painted Desert Series

Labrona, Gaia ~ The Painted Desert Project, Navajo Nation, Part Two

Labrona

Gaia

Photos by Chip Thomas & Phxtaco

In the remote landscapes of Northeastern Arizona, international and local artists alike have come together for an ambitious endeavor dubbed, “The Painted Desert Project”. Organized by AZ-based Jetsonorama and Yote, it aims to put the spotlight on a region and people too often overlooked and misunderstood. By painting murals on food stands and dilapidated structures around the reservation, the farthest of which span 125 miles, they hope the millions of tourists visiting the Grand Canyon each year will be encouraged to stop and enjoy what Navajo culture has to offer. Artists involved in the project include Jetsonorama, Yote, Thomas “Breeze”, Tom Greyeyes, Overunder, Doodles, Gaia and Labrona.

View Part One of The Painted Desert Series here

To be continued . . .

SandOner ~ Tucson

Photo by Niba

Check out Sand’s blog here and view a previous post on her here