Archive for the ‘Urban Art Hunting’ Category

FotoFest 2006: Jose Manuel Pellicer opening

Tonight at Talento Bilingue de Houston there will be a gallery opening of Jose Manuel Pellicer’s photography as part of the FotoFest biennial.

Gallery admission is free, and the center is located at 333 S. Jensen Dr., Houston, TX 77003-1115. The opening will run from 6 pm to 8 pm and the show will stay up until May 12.

Warm and fuzzy graffiti in Montrose – Knittaplease!

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Cool article in the Houston Press (found on the awesome Wooster Collective site) about two Montrose mommies (AKrylik and PolyCotN) that have started tagging the streets of Houston with….. baby-soft cotton yarn graffiti.

Check out their site and send us pics of any knit / purled goodness that you come across. Nice work ladies!!

Graffiti Hunters Image #2 :: MVKA

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Beautiful big tag in the bayou brought to you by the letters M (Meat), V (Verb), K (Kqua) and A (Aims).

Graffiti Hunters Image #1 :: Spoke

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((Taken from high atop a railroad trestle in the Heights.))

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