Memo Pisa el Lodo
Sunday, December 04, 2005
  Entry 1: Welcome
Prologue:

"In a world saturated with high priced corporate imagery, beyond just having a charming aesthetic, the stencil is a cheap and effective way for an artist or activist to put their work in front of the public and level the playing field." -Shepard Fairey.

"My drive is the need to see art on blank spaces, to breathe life into derelict sites. It often makes people think twice about vandalizing them, just as you wouldn't throw a piece of wood onto the fire if it were carved into a beautiful figure or animal."- Nylon

(The above quotes are found in Tristan Manco's book "Stencil Graffiti").

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Above: "Kissing Coppers" by Banksy, found somewhere in the UK, 2005?


Welcome to MemoPisaElLodo.blogspot.com. It is a work in process. The over all goal is to document whatever public art Memo Pisa El Lodo come across that arbitrarily strikes the fancy.

Local stuff (i.e. Los Angeles) will be posted more so than non-local stuff, however public art found in other places will also be posted every now and then (like in this first entry).

I am still making this up as I go along.

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I live in the Historic Core of downtown Los Angeles and close to downtown Riverside. I like to walk around, take pictures and interact with my surroundings.

Sites
  • Wooster Collective
  • Chicano Art Magazine
  • Graffiti.org
  • Streetsy
  • Streetres
  • Street Stickers
  • Stencil Revolution
  • Counter Invastion
  • Ekosystem
  • Fecal Face
  • Urban Art Warfare
  • Visual Resistance
  • Guerilla Art (A Livejournal community)
  • GraffMuseum
  • Odd Wall
  • Graffiti Research Lab
  • Atomic Magdan
  • The Henry Spencer
  • Idiot the Wise Galllery
  • Robots Will Kill
  • Disassembled Formulas
  • The Bubble Project
  • Are You Generic?
  • Center for the Study of Political Graphics
  • Art For a Change
  • Gatukonst
  • Stickyart
  • As Melhores Propagandas do Mundo
  • The Extra Finger
  • Juxtapoz blog
  • Wall Spankers
  • The Laboratory of Living Arts
  • Koralie
  • Maya Hayuk
  • EGR
  • El Tono
  • Los Angeles Street & Public Art Sites
  • Memo Pisa el Lodo's Flickr
  • LA Mural
  • Public Art in LA
  • 50mm Los Angeles
  • SPARC Murals
  • Lurker
  • Artists (Local & World Wide)
  • Artists With a Vision
  • Asylm
  • Banksy
  • Blek Le Rat
  • Branded Bunny
  • Buff Monster
  • Celso
  • Chase
  • Chase's blog
  • Craola
  • Dan Witz
  • Dark Cloud
  • Dash2000
  • David Choe
  • East Los Streetscapers
  • Endless Love Crew
  • Flying Fortress
  • Goreb
  • Guerilla Girls
  • Infinity
  • Keep Drafting
  • Kent Twitchell
  • Jeff Soto
  • Jeff Soto's blog
  • Man One
  • Man One's Blog
  • The Flower Guy
  • Kinsey
  • Matt Sirens
  • Mear One
  • Mike Giant
  • no.fi
  • Project Rabbit
  • Shepard Fairey
  • Revok
  • Robbie Conal
  • Saber One
  • Seizer
  • Skewville
  • Skullphone
  • Space Invaders
  • The London Police
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  • Upwehr
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  • WK
  • Zezao
  • 2 cents
  • 9
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  • Tiki Jay
  • Los Angeles Based Blogs
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  • Citizen Robot
  • Eating LA
  • Ellen Bloom
  • Ensie
  • Eric Garcetti's Blog
  • Franklin Avenue
  • Green L.A. Girl
  • Here in Van Nuys
  • Hexod
  • Hollywoodland
  • LA Brain Terrain
  • Los Angeles City Nerd
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  • LAist
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  • LAPD Blog
  • LA Taco
  • LA Voice
  • Light and Sky
  • Linda Gamboa
  • Lincoln Park View
  • Living Green in L.A.
  • Los Anjealous
  • Los Angeles Daily Photo
  • Los Angeles Frog
  • Loteria Chicana
  • Meltdown Comics Blog
  • Metroblogging Los Angeles
  • Mickipedia
  • outside.in
  • Perpetual Elaboration
  • Super Touch Blog
  • The Skunks of Los Feliz
  • Third and Fairfax
  • Tony Pierce
  • Reference Type Sites
  • Dictionary of Aerosol Art
  • Wikipedia on Street Art
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