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Nearly a year after his arrest at a Soho art opening, Poster Boy has been sentenced to community service. The ad altering artist was given 210 hours of work yesterday in Brooklyn Supreme Court after pleading guilty to two counts of criminal mischief, a felony and misdemeanor, according to the Post. […]

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After slicing off Shakira’s skull on his visit from London, the Decapitator teamed up with Poster Boy for a crappy collaboration. The ad-attacking artists reworked some phone booth spots in Bushwick, putting up posters that, along with Posterchild’s public urination notices, are defining New York’s scatological street art scene. |Public Ad Campaign| Photos by Public […]

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Not much has been heard from Poster Boy since his New Jersey art gallery takeover, until now. The ad-altering artist recently submitted to an interview and discussed his conflicted efforts to be both an artist and a movement. […]

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In contrast to my colleague’s positive take on Poster Boy’s latest work at Jajo Gallery, Jordan Seiler offers a more critical perspective: “PosterBoy’s transformation of the gallery space doesn’t address the underlying advertising and public space issues his work in public so effortlessly tackles….On top of this Aakash’s work looses its spatial relationships, merely becoming […]

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Recently, the ad rearranging vandal known as Poster Boy collaborated with fellow street artist Aakash Nihalani and some other guy named Ibrahim Ahmed III for an exhibit at the JaJo Gallery in Newark, New Jersey. Unlike his previous show at Easter District, which really had no room to breathe, this installation was far more sophisticated […]

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After testing the waters in the gallery scene, the ad altering artist known as Poster Boy seems to have gone back underground, posting some photos of his latest modifications. This is a positive sign for things to come, unless he was commissioned or got permission to enhance these ads for both of the Pepsico-owned beverage […]

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So the subway ad modifying vandal and newly christened gallery artist known as Poster Boy is doing some sort of art event at the 3rd Ward gallery in Bushwick and it’s being hosted by indie quarterly Pomp and Circumstance, but beyond that the details become awfully sordid. According to the Brooklyn Paper, local businesses like […]

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This past weekend, the subway ad modifying artist known as Poster Boy unveiled his first solo exhibit at Eastern District in Brooklyn. The show basically consisted of a massive cut up Dunkin’ Donuts vinyl billboard that was stretched across the main wall. Unfortunately, like many street artists before him trying to make that transition from […]

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Poster Boy—the artist not the movement—is showcasing some new collaborative installations with fellow Neo-Con Collective members Aakash Nihalani and Ellis G. at 17 Frost Gallery in Brooklyn Saturday, March 21st. For those fluent in art fag, here’s the lofty description of the exhibit: “Their works, on and off the street, possess urgent relevance to modern […]

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We’re not sure if this altered subway advertisement in the West 4th street station for the Watchmen movie is the work of Poster Boy or minions from his movement, but either way this modification is subtle, yet effective and just plain cool looking. Plus, as the artist who took the photo notes, Obama is cast […]

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