Flood Wall Street Stencil Street Art

Stencils are a form of street art that comprises cutting out an image’s negative space to paint over it thereby transferring to material quickly without screenprinting or photocopying. Seth Tobocman came to Bushwick to throw down and is considered one of the best in terms of hard-hitting anti-capitalist messaging. He is a radical comic book…

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The Carbon Bubble – Inflatable Sculpture Direct Action

The Carbon Bubble is similar to a giant 15-foot black-and-silver sphere that was pushed over the streets and traffic of New York for the Flood Wall Street sit-in. The inflatable sculpture’s target was the Bull of Wall Street. The symbolism for the Carbon Bubble is similar to that of the Economic Bubble and Housing Bubble.…

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The “Exxon Hates” Wheatpaste Campaign

During the lead-up to the People’s Climate March in 2014, I was contacted regarding Exxon Hates needing to distribute its messaging to the streets of New York outside of the traditional advertising avenues. I gladly accepted this opportunity to flex in the streets to help distribute these messages before the march. I devised a couple…

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