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07.26.11 Marina Galperina

It’s like Pee Wee’s Playhouse for brilliant geniuses at MoMA’s special exhibit Talk To Me, rounding up a whopping 194 communication-themed works, interfaces, devices and visualizations. There’s a finger implant that reads aloud into an ear implant, a plastic wide-open-mouth prosthesis for awkward mumblers, a Muslim prayer robo-rug that lights up neon when facing Mecca […]

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02.25.11 Marina Galperina

This Graffiti Analysis sculpture/shadow tag from Evan Roth is part of Kitsch Digital in Barcelona. Looks even better with the close-up. […]

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01.05.10 Will Sherman

After the success of last year’s Kanye Webst Week, the minds over at Free Art and Technology are dedicating this one to Graffiti Markup Language. Already the standard for digital graffiti projects like Graffiti Analysis, Laser Tag and EyeWriter, the tag archiving file format is also the basis of another new release, a Graffiti Analysis […]

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10.05.09 Will Sherman

Graffiti Research Lab founder Evan Roth continues improving his tagging technology. For a new Hong Kong exhibition, the artist unveiled his digital blackbook for collecting and displaying visualizations of people’s handstyles. The motion graphics created at the opening of “New Media New Thinking” will remain on display at Input / Output gallery through November 1st. […]

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08.10.09 Bucky Turco

Hactivist Evan Roth launched his latest project: Michael Jackson Public Domain Countdown. With the King of Pop dead, it will only take a little over 69 years until his music enters the public domain and anyone can use, free of charge! |F.A.T.| […]

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08.04.09 Will Sherman

Streetwise artist Evan Roth released his unofficial Wu-Tang inspired Firefox t-shirt: “Cache Rules Everything Around Me—Mozilla-zilla-zill-yall”. |ni9e| […]

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07.10.09 Bucky Turco

Continuing his exploration of tags as a high art form, G.R.L. founder and hacktivist Evan Roth just unveiled an online manifestation of his ongoing Graffiti Taxonomy project. The website represents the artist’s contribution to “Born in the Streets,” a new graffiti exhibit at the Fondation Cartier in Paris. For those that need some brushing up […]

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07.08.09 Will Sherman

Earlier this week, Paris’ Fondation Cartier opened “Born in the Streets,” an exhibition of graffiti styles diverging from its inception to the present. The main gallery space and garden have been filled with pieces and other graffiti-inspired works by artists including SEEN, JONONE, Barry McGee, Evan Roth, QUICK, and PHASE2. Approximating what the museum could […]

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05.20.09 Will Sherman

In one corner: Shepard Fairey, an artist who has built his empire on appropriated art but files cease and desist letters to artists who co-opt his work even for parody purposes. In the other corner: The Associated Press, the world’s biggest news service sometimes less accurate than MTV that claims “fair use” only applies to […]

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