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All posts tagged "street art"
“The Nasty Terrible T-Kid 170: Julius Cavero”: A new documentary chronicles the life and art of the Bronx graffiti legend
The 2016 documentary The Nasty Terrible T-Kid 170: Julius Cavero — now streaming on Night Flight Plus — was compiled from nearly thirty years worth of archival footage, including home movies, which tell the story of a...
- Posted November 18, 2016
“Take Off To Animation”: A closer look at London’s Cucumber Studios and Brooklyn’s James Rizzi’s “Genius of Love”
In early 1984, one of Night Flight’s most popular episodes in our innovative and popular “Take Off” series, which regularly juxtaposed early Eighties pop icons against obscurities from not-ready-for-MTV cult favorites, was our “Take Off To Animation,”...
- Posted April 18, 2016
Banksy’s new street art reminds us that Steve Jobs was “the son of a migrant from Syria”
British street artist Banksy’s latest work appeared in a migrant camp on Friday, on the wall of a makeshift camp in Calais known as “The Jungle,” reminding the entire world that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs’s father was...
- Posted December 11, 2015
The Magic Kingdom of Banksy’s ‘Dismaland': The unhappiest place on earth
Beginning this Saturday, August 22nd, and for the next five weeks, you can visit Dismaland (aka Dismal Land, “The UK’s most disappointing new visitor attraction”), an anti-Disneyland themed “bemusement” park that just might be the unhappiest place...
- Posted August 21, 2015
Better Out Than In: “Banksy Does New York” DVD to be released on August 25
On October 1, 2013, the elusive and celebrated British-born political activist and street artist known as Banksy launched a self-proclaimed month-long residency (“Better Out Than In”) in New York City, posting one unique exhibit a day during...
- Posted August 19, 2015
A drone’s bird’s-eye view of Los Angeles, California
When we came across this brand new drone-shot aerial video today, we knew it was something we had to share with Night Flight’s viewers, simply because, as it turns out, the best way to see L.A. is...
- Posted August 15, 2015
Pachuca Paints Itself: A barrio neighborhood becomes Mexico’s largest mural
We’re always on the lookout for people making an impact in their local community, and when we recently came across this colorful video and photos of Mexico’s largest mural — a nearly-completed government-sponsored project called “Pachuca Paints...
- Posted August 1, 2015
The city becomes a sea of abstraction in Sabrina Palladino’s photographs
Sabrina Palladino’s instagram feed serves as the perfect intermediary between street art and street photography, in fact it’s a combination of those two things. Her candid shots, taken on the streets of NYC, are reframed and reprocessed through an iPhone...
- Posted July 25, 2015