With urban architectural surfaces an almost always available canvas for street art and graffiti art, new artwork can emerge quickly in response to current events, often as an expression of protest or as a way to communicate a message. It can creatively reflect the mood and sentiments of a society
This anti-nuke energy protest banner draped from a building in downtown New York City speaks for itself.
We’ve personally never been into tattoos. We don’t have any of our own. But we appreciate seeing a beautiful tattoo. And combined with a certain style, as in the case with the women pictured here snapping cellphone photos at a recent protest in New York City’s Washington Square Park, we
We recently stumbled upon this performance art by two women in red jumpsuits at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City. We didn’t get the details, but the performance was a kind of feminist protest against the museum in regards to women artists.