Jesse Graves, a Milwaukee artist, developed the technique of mud stenciling to avoid the pesky illegality of traditional spray paint graffiti. The technique is great, even if the subject matter is a little boring.
Kind of wish we thought of it.
[via Wooster Collective]
Friday afternoon turned out to be more productive than I thought it would. We finished embedding all the magnets we have, which means we have 25 planters either done or drying and ended up with 3 installed on various surfaces to see if they survive the rain this weekend.
If they turn out, I’ll order some more magnets, but in the meantime we’re still working on stencils (the BCL stencil above was just a test), and we should be able to get the rest up in the next week!
Owen over at Windsor Visuals also already made a great post on Friday’s Office Hours, and some of his photos are included in this post as well.
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The last Friday we had before the upcoming Dance Party and Seedbomb Demo… We now have flyers, seedbomb containers, seedbomb germination (in the wild), and tea container labels.
Continue reading “BCL Report – August 29, 2008”