Apr 29, 2009

WHILE YOU WEREN'T WATCHING

A 'coup' of guerrilla-style street art. That's what happened in New York last Saturday while you weren't watching. I spent the day shooting the New York Street Advertising Takeover, talking to artists and enjoying a moment that, as any great moment, it didn't last but it won't be forgotten. This is my visual chronicle of the event. (con subtitulos en español) More info and pictures in previous posts. Lots of pictures here.



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11 comments:

  1. gracias por los subtitulos! he disfrutado viendo el video

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  2. ¡Qué bonito!
    ... y refrescante

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  3. great post. keep going girl!

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  4. CONGRATS!!!!!!!!!!! The hard work was absolutely worth it

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  5. good job b, good job!
    pity it was all over within 12 hours.
    such a pathetic work we live on
    AZ

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  6. Bravo!
    well done and well covered
    thanks for sharing!

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  7. Absolutely stunning piece of work, beautiful reportage! ¡¡¡¿¿¿Cuándo vamos a ver estas piezas en el sitio web del periódico-que-te-da-de-comer???!!!

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  8. Raquel mas videos sobre New York Street Advertising Takeover: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjiN2iNrlSM&feature=channel_page

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  9. Wonderful. I wish someone could make a widget on your phone or crackberry that would allow you to comment on it right when you were at it experiencing it. And make a donation even.

    TW in Berkeley CA

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  10. campaigns start from Monday to Monday they take pictures on Tuesday to show clients hit them tuesday night and you'll make them mad because they work thus thru sun all work has to be completed mon morning they work at night 10 pm to 6 am sometimes till 9 or ten also the use a paste called avebe mixes with water they put there posters up with it an when it dries you cant get them off the only thing i don't like is in winter they use ethylene glycol in the paste so it wont freeze the poster fall off without it they mix calcium chloride in the paste too the billposters have tues and wed off

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