wallsONwords, Austin en Español

•October 4, 2010 • Leave a Comment

wallsONwords, Austin: en Español

wallsONwords, Austin

•May 23, 2010 • 4 Comments

wallsONwords, Austin: 38th & Guadalupe

wallsONwords, hits Banksy poster

•April 18, 2010 • Leave a Comment

“Any advertisement in public space that gives you no choice whether you see it or not is yours.” – Banksy


wallsONwords, hits Banksy poster


wallsONwords, hits Banksy poster

Suggestions Welcome

•April 12, 2010 • Leave a Comment

We just received this suggested post for wallsONwords, Las Vegas edition:

“What happens in Vegas… actually gets posted on facebook, blogs, and twitter you dumb motherf*ckers.”

Word.

This is probably a good time to mention that we like recommendations. That’s how San Francisco came to us. Plural for what’ll be DC. Check out our DIY page for the guidelines.

wallsONwords, Seattle

•April 10, 2010 • Leave a Comment

What’s up, Green?

wallsONwords, Seattle: Pine & 5th, next to The Gap


wallsONwords, Seattle: Pine & 5th. Thank you, Gap.


wallsONwords, Seattle: Pike & just west of Broadway

wallsONwords, Seattle: production

wallsONwords, San Francisco

•March 31, 2010 • Leave a Comment

San Francisco is pretty proud of itself. You know what? It should be.

There is no shortage of consciousness; no shortage of people trying to make a positive impact on this world. It’s a cornucopia of cultures, subcultures, ethnicities, sexualities, and lifestyles… all coexisting in relative harmony within this cozy little 7×7 mile city. Household composting is by mandate; ironic coffee joints thrive on every corner; even Republicans have a home in this Left Coast joint. Heh heh.

So maybe San Francisco does delight in itself. They’ve earned it.

wallsONwords, SF: The Mission 20th & Harrison, across from Cafe Gratitude

wallsONwords, SF: The Dogpatch 19th & Tennessee

wallsONwords, SF: Mission & S. Van Ness, next to Urban Yoga -- BEFORE

wallsONwords, SF: Mission & S. Van Ness, next to Urban Yoga -- AFTER

wallsONwords, SF: production

wallsONwords, New York City

•March 16, 2010 • 5 Comments

You know what’s cool about New York? That you can install a piece in the subway and passersby stop to help. Thanks, Rudy.

wallsONwords, NYC: 42nd Street subway

wallsONwords, NYC: production

 
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