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street art project

Discussion in 'Art & Design' started by signs, Jun 10, 2005.

  1. signs

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    street art project

    Discussion started by signs - Jun 10, 2005

    i want to do a public art project that involves installing 12 x 16 plywood signs(standard parking sign size) onto existing metal poles, using security bolts and locknuts. i live in philly, so i would be installing all of the signs here, though i would like folks all over the country to contribute. if you are interested, or want more info, the e-mail is phillysigns@hotmail.com. i mainly do sticker work and stencils, though i have done free-hand can work, though i won't be posting any of my work, as i'm trying to do this annonymously. i'm not sure where the best place to post this is, so please let me know, or just forward this to the right forum. i would provide the boards, and would pay for shipping to you, you just do what you will with them and send'em back. hit me back...
     
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    anonymity1 - Replied Jun 10, 2005

    It's been done already, I remember an article maybe 3-4 years back. Just thought I'd let you know, in case you thought you were embarking into some uncharted territory. I think a better idea would be to paint road kill and stick them in air conditioning vents of big tobacco companies.
     
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  3. Poop Man Bob

    Poop Man Bob Dirty Dozen Crew

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    Poop Man Bob - Replied Jun 10, 2005

    Paper Chase is an image forum.

    Moved to Untitled.
     
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    inkblots - Replied Jun 10, 2005

    :five-o:
     
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    kyer - Replied Jun 23, 2005

    i just did this piece, iam realy happy with it

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    anonymity1 12oz Senior Member

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    anonymity1 - Replied Jun 23, 2005

    What makes you happy about that? Its nothing more than some stencils, arranged very uninterestingly in the upper left hand corner of a bland background. There is also a "big" word underneath the face stencils, subversive, which I guess was supposed to make your piece sound "deep" or something along those lines.

    If I were you I would attack that board with a jig-saw, belt sander, and possibly torch. And work off the marks created by those tools. Because your piece just seems very boring
     
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    dosoner - Replied Jun 23, 2005

    sonik has that kinda stuff on lockdown. and its cool
     
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    wiseguy - Replied Jun 24, 2005

    ^hell yeah, sonik kills with those lil' signs.
     
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