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"One Day This Will Be a Bombsite" and other slogans from Stovington23 #signhijack #culturejamming 
http://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/2014/07/24/stovington23-hi-jacks-the-sofa-store-and-a-few-more/#.U9E296iWWK8
The Street Art collective Stovington23 from the UK engages the spirit of détournement by employing the simplest of forms, the stencil letter, in some of the most banal pseudo public spaces like shopping centers. In black and white photos that they provide here it appears that they add a well placed rejoinder or slogan very near the names and slogans that greet you as you enter the store, or see from the highway as you drive by.
Stovington23. Staines, England. May 2014. (photo © Stovington23)

"One Day This Will Be a Bombsite" and other slogans from Stovington23 #signhijack #culturejamming

http://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/2014/07/24/stovington23-hi-jacks-the-sofa-store-and-a-few-more/#.U9E296iWWK8

The Street Art collective Stovington23 from the UK engages the spirit of détournement by employing the simplest of forms, the stencil letter, in some of the most banal pseudo public spaces like shopping centers. In black and white photos that they provide here it appears that they add a well placed rejoinder or slogan very near the names and slogans that greet you as you enter the store, or see from the highway as you drive by.

Stovington23. Staines, England. May 2014. (photo © Stovington23)

Posted on Thursday, July 24th 2014

Welcome to the neighborhood! Had to borrow your tires. #brooklyn #hospitality

Welcome to the neighborhood! Had to borrow your tires. #brooklyn #hospitality

Posted on Wednesday, July 23rd 2014

Post No Selfie @bkstreetart #stencil bk

Post No Selfie @bkstreetart #stencil bk

Posted on Wednesday, July 23rd 2014

Li-Hill in Action across a Brooklyn Wall : Thrust and Parry http://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/2014/07/22/li-hill-thrust-and-parry-in-brooklyn/#.U86VBaiWWK-Posted on July 22, 2014Reprising some of the same thrust and parry action recently on display in his site specific installation at the Portsmouth Museum of Art in New Hampshire, Street Artist Li-Hill brought the same asymmetric energy, minus the lumber, to this Brooklyn wall this week. Living in New York at the moment, the Toronto based artist has experimented with graffiti in his exploration of painting, design, graphic design, and illustration.photo © Jaime Rojo

Li-Hill in Action across a Brooklyn Wall : Thrust and Parry

http://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/2014/07/22/li-hill-thrust-and-parry-in-brooklyn/#.U86VBaiWWK-

Posted on July 22, 2014
Reprising some of the same thrust and parry action recently on display in his site specific installation at the Portsmouth Museum of Art in New Hampshire, Street Artist Li-Hill brought the same asymmetric energy, minus the lumber, to this Brooklyn wall this week. Living in New York at the moment, the Toronto based artist has experimented with graffiti in his exploration of painting, design, graphic design, and illustration.

photo © Jaime Rojo

Posted on Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

Li-Hill: Thrust and Parry In BKLNhttp://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/2014/07/22/li-hill-thrust-and-parry-in-brooklyn/#.U86VBaiWWK-Posted on July 22, 2014Reprising some of the same thrust and parry action recently on display in his site specific installation at the Portsmouth Museum of Art in New Hampshire, Street Artist Li-Hill brought the same asymmetric energy, minus the lumber, to this Brooklyn wall this week. Living in New York at the moment, the Toronto based artist has experimented with graffiti in his exploration of painting, design, graphic design, and illustration.photo © Jaime Rojo

Li-Hill: Thrust and Parry In BKLN

http://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/2014/07/22/li-hill-thrust-and-parry-in-brooklyn/#.U86VBaiWWK-

Posted on July 22, 2014
Reprising some of the same thrust and parry action recently on display in his site specific installation at the Portsmouth Museum of Art in New Hampshire, Street Artist Li-Hill brought the same asymmetric energy, minus the lumber, to this Brooklyn wall this week. Living in New York at the moment, the Toronto based artist has experimented with graffiti in his exploration of painting, design, graphic design, and illustration.

photo © Jaime Rojo

Posted on Tuesday, July 22nd 2014