At the Andy Warhol Museum, graffiti sculptors Michael Walsh and Carlos Mare discussed a new residency at Pittsburgh, PA’s Carrie Blast Furnaces that brings together graffiti and metalworking. What followed was a thought-provoking conversation about post-industrial graffiti and how graffiti continues to evolve with the walls around it.
Reared on a berm in front of Denver International Airport, stands a creation vast in both stature and lore: Blucifer. Some say the beast is cursed, a demonic design responsible for the murder of its creator, an allegory of the conspiracy surrounding its home, DIA. Others view a controversial piece of art with over a decade’s long debate of aesthetic value and intention.