Sedef Aydogan’s Blog

from my project
December 5, 2009, 2:23 am
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This is from my photography project. It is a street wall from the asian side of Istanbul. I tried to emphasize the texture of the walls and make them a part of the art on the wall.

spaceman spraypaint stopmotion
November 27, 2009, 8:06 pm
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Five years of graffiti on the wall outside Serge Gainsbourg’s house
November 21, 2009, 3:21 am
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5 years long graffiti history of a wall has shown well in this short movie. I like it (:

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WK interact
October 25, 2009, 10:47 pm
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His art fascinates me. Check out his works:

“WK Interact was born in 1969 in Caen, France. He currently lives and works in New York. At a young age, WK was interested with the human body in motion, his paintings of figures frozen in a flight of movement reflects this infatuation. The artist’s technique of twisting an original drawing or photograph while it’s being photocopied, results in the monochromatic palette and streamlined moment-in-time appearance of his finished work. WK site-determines his placements by finding an appropriate location first, then his imagery is chosen specifically with a concern for encounters in an urban environment or “interactions” (as the artist indicates in his pseudonym). In the late 1990s his images began appearing on building facades in downtown Manhattan. He has exhibited in galleries (and on the streets) around the world, but has lived and worked in New York City for the past fifteen years. Over this time he has seen many changes—inside and outside of the art world—but his work remains inspired by New York, complimenting the constant stir of bodies and the perpetual motion of contemporary urban life in the fast-paced city, driven by intense passion and fear.”

Jonathan Levine Gallery

Scratching the Surface by Vhils

“Portugal street artist Vhils just released a video he’s been working on entitled, “Scratching the Surface.” The video displays excellent cinematography of Vhils creating one of his pieces. We get to see the thought process, as well as the mastery of all of the tools of his trade; from spray paint to stencil-work to hammer and chisel.”


Amazing video!

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