Friday, December 7, 2007


Months of non-stop work have finally paid off and InDigest is a real magazine now. if you haven't been to the site yet you should check it out, Issue one came out on Monday. It's kind of amazing to hear all of the great feedback we've been getting and see that people are actually reading our magazine (or ezine, I guess). It's an interesting experience. I'm pretty proud of the magazine so far, and think that our editing team is pretty amazing, everyone worked really hard over the last couple of months to get it out. (there are a couple of photos that originally appeared here that are in the narratives section of Issue One)

Special thanks needs to be appointed to a couple people who've been really helpful along the way, Alex Lemon ( is great and you should read his new book of poetry, Mosquito, Ashleigh Lambert, Dan Wieken, and many others have helped out a ton, have things in the first issue and are generally good people. So if you get a chance check out the site, let us know what you think, good, bad or otherwise and check back, the next issue is out in a little over a week. And if you live in the Twin Cities you should come to our release party in the Clown Lounge of the turf Club on Sunday (Dec. 9th).

Thursday, September 20, 2007

It's been awhile, but I have new photos from uptown...

So I haven't posted in a really long time, but I'm still going to keep posting. This, obviously, isn't going to be the kind of blog where I post once a week, but I will continue to post things. I think I've decided to keep posting photos from my travels, but as for the art in Minneapolis I'm going to confine my phtotography, largely, to the Whittier neighborhood of Uptown. As I've been taking these photos I continue to realize how quickly this art disappears. It's very temproal, and very much (I hope) art for the sake of art. I often see something in the street and think "I should go and photograph that" but then I wait a couple of days before I get the motivation to go out and it's been removed. This is the nature of street art at this point in Minneapolis. So I hope that be containing my photography to this area of Minneapolis I can get a better picture of the fluid nature of the art, and the neighborhood. It will give people unfamiliar with street art an idea of how temporal this art really is, and how it manifests itself with in a confined space. You will see, as I have, how artists will tend to post art in the same area, and you can see how they evolve, what they are doing, and how this art, though temporal, changes, and reflects, the nature of the district.

So here is today's post, they are all actually taken today, except for the orange face, which I forgot to post with the last batch of pictures. I also have some photos of street art in Brooklyn I recently took that I may or may not post soon, but they will arrive at some point. Enjoy. (I haven't included locations this time, but the intersections, alleys and streets of these photos will be posted soon...

Thursday, June 21, 2007

Street art from uptown

This post is kind of a mix of pastes, stickers, tags...

Monday, June 18, 2007

Street Art from my trip to London

these are all photos I took while in London over January.

this is a banksy I saw in an alley near The Ten Bells in the East End

Thursday, June 14, 2007

so I'm trying this

i couldn't really find many sites that were, at least somewhat, dedicated to street art in Minneapolis. So I'm going to try to start posting some that I see. Maybe someone else will see some too and I can post your photos, or photos from other cities as well. I don't know. Fuck it. here's some I took recently.

24th and Nicollet

just off of 25th and Blaisdell