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Calais, France; Iconic artist Banksy put up a piece featuring Apple Computer founder, Steve Jobs, at a Calais camp for Syrian refugees known as “The Jungle.” The image shows Jobs clothed in his trademark black turtleneck holding his one of his mid-1980s Mac computers with a sack slung over his shoulder. Banksy’s inspiration for doing...
Miami, Florida, USA; The HistoryMiami Museum is now the new home for the Miami Street Photography Festival during this year’s Art Basel. It’s an interesting new take on “street art” or “public art.” In this exhibition, works are presented that capture fleeting moments from the street…moments that, in many cases, require a photographer capture something...
North Nashville, Tennessee, USA; Jay Jenkins, an art student from Tennessee State University has taken the local neighborhood’s concrete walls and transformed them into beautiful large scale murals. Having grown up in North Nashville, Jay wanted a way to update the town’s aesthetic appeal and reached out to his mentor, Thaxton Waters. Together, they came...