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09.13.13 Andy Cush

The stated aim of the University of Houston Digital Library is to “showcase digital collections of materials documenting the history of the University of Houston, City of Houston, and State of Texas,” and on that note, they’ve recently acquired the collected album art of legendary Houston graphic design firm Pen & Pixel. Most widely known […]

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12.30.10 Marina Galperina

Days after the ritualistic bombing of his mural, Kenny Scharf, who’s currently in LA, tells ANIMAL that an anonymous friend went over the tags with squiggly echoes of the colorful wall underneath. […]

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12.27.10 Marina Galperina

NYC graffiti writers defied Kenny Scharf’s expectations and less than a month after it was completed, tagged his mural on Houston, their footprints hidden by post-storm snow gusts. More photos below. […]

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09.17.09 Will Sherman

This fall, a new documentary on Houston street art is hitting the film circuit. Directed by Alex Luster, “Stick Em Up” follows local artists, critics and officials for the story behind the city’s “overshadowed world of wheat pasting.” Among the revelations: Houston police apparently could care less about street art. Watch as cops drive right […]

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