“The Year of the Rabbit” by David Elan Foox and Patrick McMullan

Posted by The G on June 29, 2011 under Artsy Fartsy | Read the First Comment

Photos by G.  Art by David Elan Foox and Patrick McMullan (respectively).

The Year of the Rabbit by David Elan Foox and Patrick McMullen. Now showing at Sanctuary Hotel through July 2011.

Do you follow David Elan Foox?  If you do, you’ll know that he is clever as a fox and his world is filled with bunnies!  His latest solo exhibit “The Year of the Rabbit,” is a collaboration with another well known artist, photographer Patrick McMullan.  The exhibit is showing at the Sanctuary Hotel on 132 West 47th Street.  As you can expect, rabbits of every size, shape and color fill the exhibit in a mixed media presentation that will take you down the rabbit hole.

You can find out more about David Elan Foox and Patrick McMullan by following their official websites (links will open in new window).

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“The Year of the Rabbit” by David Elan Foox and Patrick McMullan is showing at the Sanctuary Hotel (located at 132 West 47th Street) in New York through the end of July, 2011.  Do you follow?

Paul Richard by Patrick McMullan

Paul Richard by Patrick McMullan

 

Plaztik

Posted by The G on September 5, 2010 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

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Plaztik

I liked this sticker a lot when I saw it on the streets of New York.  It turns out, it’s propaganda for Plaztik Magazine.  I browsed the site and it’s G-approved, so that makes two things I’ve turned you onto today.  Bang on!

Have You Seen Him?

Posted by The G on August 30, 2010 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photo by G.

Have You Seen Him?

This image is surprisingly not for a dating site. It’s propaganda for a collective blog called Seen All Over that compiles articles about pop culture. I browsed the site and it’s G approved, so I thought I’d share.

Tosh.O Has A Moustache

Posted by The G on June 12, 2010 under Artsy Fartsy | 2 Comments to Read

Photos by G.

As first glance, this propaganda promotional ad for a new show on Comedy Central looks harmless enough.

When you take a closer look; however, you’ll see that a street artist has vastly improved this marketing tool by adding their own propaganda to the mix.

Propaganda with a moustache!

I’m loving it.  What about you?

Street Propaganda of the Day

Posted by The G on May 8, 2010 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photo by G.  Art by ?

Change we can believe in / Buy Indians, Sell Cowboys!

This sticker and stamp have been popping up all over New York City and this is propaganda designed to make you smile.  I can’t speak for you, but as I imagine the sound of the stamp against walls and sign posts, it makes me believe in change.  Buy Indians, Sell Cowboys!  What do you think?  I discovered this site about these mysterious artists that features even more propaganda.

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