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“Ms. Curry initially worked alone, armed with a bicycle, a bucket of wheatpaste an adhesive favored by street artists, and a stack of cut-out paper portraits.”
“Hand colored wheatpaste directly on wall with painting on wood panel. photo © Jaime Rojo”
“As I type this, I wonder if we aren't better than recycled wheatpaste posters on utility cabinets...”
“It would be interesting to see wheatpaste or other graffiti simulating such glitches on non-computer-generated advertisements.”
“Include something in the LE run that will become the stuff of legend, which relates well to the movie - a custom-run toy, a wall-sized wheatpaste, whatever.”
“In this sense, Knitta's work is similar to the wheatpaste graffiti art movement, which uses pre-printed posters cut into the shapes of drawn creations, and which have faced challenges by some in the graffiti writing community as thus not qualifying as true graffiti writing, but as simple "tags" - marks that someone has been there and made their mark, but not in a thoughtful way.”
“Some of the best wheatpaste graffiti works are an exception to this rule, and are clearly site-specific.”
“I remember Shepard Fairey was in town for his show at The Shooting Gallery, and lo & behold a big-ass OBEY wheatpaste plastered the gas pump pillars.”
“The graffiti comes in all manner of wheatpaste, stencils, stickers, tags, etc....”
“Tomorrow I plan to wheatpaste an ambiguous image of a smiling girl all about the island.”
Looking for tweets for wheatpaste.