“Street scene” is a blog created by trevor henderson and travis scott as an inspiration to street artist. The blog was created in 2015. It has works from street artist around the world. The blog also has interviews with people like gucci, a designer who inspires trevor and travis.
It’s an amazing blog, it has lots of artworks from different artists around the world, some are new and others are older but all of them are incredible. If you’re interested in street art, this is the right place for you.
The blog also has interviews with different street artist , like gucci or tmrw magazine, talking about their life and how they became who they are today. I think it’s very interesting because i didn’t know half of the things they said in these interviews.”
Street scene is a blog or a web-site where you can find some of the best street art in the world. Some of the biggest names in this niche are featured there and you can find their latest works, as well as some of their older items. The site is updated regularly, so you can be sure to find something new each time you visit it.
Travis scott and gucci are two of the most popular street artists that have been featured on this site. Travis scott is famous for his incredible 3d scatter pieces, which usually pay tribute to hip-hop legends like biggie smalls or pac. He creates incredible pieces with an insane level of detail, not to mention that they are huge , as weil as extremely realistic. Gucci’s work is also well-known and there is no need to go into details here; basically, he creates incredibly detailed pictures made up of colorful patterns and shapes.
The site itself looks pretty good and contains everything you would expect from a website dedicated to street art: lots of pictures and information about the artists. There is a contact info section in case you want to get in touch with these artists for some reason (for example if you want to purchase one of their pieces). If you are interested in
Trevor Henderson is a street art curator and writer. He is the founder of Street Scenester, an online magazine focused on street art culture and events around the world. Henderson has worked across London as a visual artist, gallery owner, and curator.
Trevor’s curatorial work includes a series of exhibitions at his own gallery in Clerkenwell, London, as well as working with other established galleries and institutions to stage exhibitions and events in London. He has been invited to speak at industry conferences such as the Art Business Conference in New York City.
He was named Best Street Artist in 2012 by the London Street Art Awards for his work with The Black Canvas project — a global community of street artists working together to create globally recognized murals across cities in Africa.
One of his recent projects is ‘Street Scene’, which he created with Travis Scott who designed a mural for The Box Miami art fair in 2015. Henderson was commissioned by Jay-Z’s Roc Nation to create an official mural collaboration with Brazilian artist Alexandre Orion for the launch of Beyoncé’s album “Lemonade” in London.
Henderson splits his time between London and Sao Paulo where he continues to curate projects and exhibitions.”
Trevor Henderson is an artist and a curator who’s blog “Street Scene” is about art and design related to street art. The blog was created in 2017 and has been running up until now.
Trevor Henderson graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor’s Degree in Art History. He also studied at the Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design in London, England. He was featured on CNN news for his street art work.
He has also exhibited his works at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, the New York Historical Society, The High Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum and many other venues.
He curates “Street Scene”, a blog that features street art pieces as well as information about artists behind them.
Works he curated were brought to life by artists such as Banksy, Shepard Fairey, Ron English and many others.
Trevor Henderson is an online artist and researcher, who is currently completing a PhD in the History of Art at the University of Edinburgh. His research interests are in street art, graffiti, urban creativity, and public space. He also organizes creative research projects both on and offline.
Since 2013 he has been collecting images of street art from around the world, which he curates into his blog Street Scene. His research and curation focuses on giving a global perspective on street art: what it looks like, where it comes from, who creates it – and why. This project has led him to work with artists and galleries around the world.
He has spoken about his research at various conferences and festivals globally; including TEDx at Brighton University (2014), TEDx St Andrews (2015), and TEDxUniversity of Edinburgh (2017). He also presented his project at the 2015 Art Basel fair in Basel, Switzerland.”
Hi. I am a street artist from the UK. I have been working for 6 years now in the graffiti scene and have had my work on walls all over the world. I’m now moving on to bigger and better things; like murals, canvas work, sculptures and installations. I will be working with printers and suppliers of large format digital print to create posters, stickers, t-shirts, art prints and more.
This is a website to show my work, keep people updated on what’s going on and also so that people can get involved in projects or help me out with anything I may need help with.
I am a part of a growing community of artists who are promoting and pushing street art further into the mainstream media of today. There are many ways you can help me out by sharing my blog on social media platforms like Facebook, twitter and also just word of mouth by talking about it to your friends/family/colleagues etc. This is how everyone else has heard about me so far; just by someone ‘sharing’ my blog or seeing it on the net somewhere. Any comments you leave on here too will really help me grow as an artist and get more involved in new projects.”
Art is a broad term, it encompasses visual art like paintings, sculptures and drawings, as well as applied art like textiles, pottery and furniture. Art also includes film and video games.
Art is the product of the imagination, and is often used in general statements about culture for example, “she has a great eye for art” or “he’s no artist.” You could also say that someone has exquisite taste or a discerning eye.
Art is an important part of most people’s lives today. Most people go to museums or galleries at least occasionally if not regularly. Some people collect original artwork like paintings or sculptures. Others have reproductions on their walls. Some collect posters of famous works of art either because they like the art itself or because they are fans of the artist. Some people have framed reproductions in their homes—particularly if they admire the artist—or original prints hung in their homes purely for decoration and enjoyment.
Art is often used to improve moods or feelings; pictures can be hung to create a more comfortable atmosphere in a room, music can be played to create an emotional response from all who listen, even scents in candles or air fresheners can lift a person’s mood and make them feel better.