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Documenting street art and graffiti in Oslo.

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Adam Donaldson Powell’s online art exhibitions

towards 2013: documenting “the shift”

Another extreme blog – from Adam Donaldson Powell.

Documenting “the Shift”:

All over the world underground survival shelters are being built in preparation for “Armageddon”, “Nibiru” or just plain old self-destruction by mankind and/or Nature. Here in Norway a “doomsday” seed vault has been established to provide the basics for a “re-start” should the worst occur. My idea is to document the icons of high culture, alternative culture, the mundane and the voices of protest that I see while walking the streets of downtown Oslo, Norway … this unpretentious and ongoing online exhibition being nothing more and nothing less than a “time capsule” spanning the years 2010 to the end of 2012.

GRAFFITI OR GRAFITTI?

Beauty, ugliness, art, trash, purposeful and incidental uses (and “misuses”) of grammar and spelling in the environment of the internet and in vandalism as art (eg. “graffiti” vs. “grafitti”, and other plays on words and “kebab terms” etc.), the meaningful and the mundane … these are all relative, especially in such fluid times as these. There is a shift of consciousness underway, and the transitional spurts sometimes happen so quickly that it can be difficult to remember how the world was just yesterday.

– All photographic works on these pages copyright Adam Donaldson Powell, unless otherwise specified.

Documenting street art in Oslo: The London Police T&J Artwalk Oslo – the completion.

ADAM DONALDSON POWELL

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Presenting Oslo Street Photography:

Urban Oslo and “the Shift”:

an ongoing online exhibition documenting street images in Oslo, Norway from 2010 to 2013.

Part fourteen: Oslo healing. Street art by international graffiti artists Faile (Tordenskiolds gate 5), FENX (Drammensveien 200), Shepard Fairey (Kirkeveien 59), The London Police (Bygdøy allé 1), Will Barras (Jernbanetorget 4), Martin Whatson (Storgata 51), Logan Hicks (Bygdøy allé 3), GALO (Storgata 21-23) and D*FACE (Urtegata 9).

HERE BELOW, THE LONDON POLICE T&J Artwalk Oslo – the completion:
The London Police (Bygdøy allé 1).

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE OSLO ART WALK AND THE VISITING ARTISTS, SEE
THE T&J ARTWALK WEBSITE AND BLOG

GALO and D*FACE in Oslo

FENX in Oslo

LOGAN HICKS, SHEPARD FAIREY, MARTIN WHATSON, FAILE and WILL BARRAS in Oslo

For photos of graffiti by local artists, see PART FOUR

and

PART TWO

GRAFFITI OR GRAFITTI?
Beauty, ugliness, art, trash, purposeful and incidental uses (and “misuses”) of grammar and spelling in the environment of the internet and in vandalism as art (eg. “graffiti” vs. “grafitti”, and other plays on words and “kebab terms” etc.), the meaningful and the mundane … these are all relative, especially in such fluid times as these. There is a shift of consciousness underway, and the transitional spurts sometimes happen so quickly that it can be difficult to remember how the world was just yesterday.

All photographic works on this blog are copyright Adam Donaldson Powell, 2011.

Documenting street art in Oslo: Oslo healing with street art.

ADAM DONALDSON POWELL

Please also visit my other blog

Presenting Oslo Street Photography:

Urban Oslo and “the Shift”:

an ongoing online exhibition documenting street images in Oslo, Norway from 2010 to 2013.

Part eleven: Oslo healing. Street art by international graffiti artists Faile (Tordenskiolds gate 5), FENX (Drammensveien 200), Shepard Fairey (Kirkeveien 59), The London Police (Bygdøy allé 1), Will Barras (Jernbanetorget 4), Martin Whatson (Storgata 51), Logan Hicks (Bygdøy allé 3), GALO (Storgata 21-23) and D*FACE (Urtegata 9).

HERE BELOW:
The progression of (and completed) works by: GALO (Storgata 21-23) and D*FACE (Urtegata 9).

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE OSLO ART WALK AND THE VISITING ARTISTS, SEE
THE T&J ARTWALK WEBSITE AND BLOG

THE LONDON POLICE in Oslo

FENX in Oslo

LOGAN HICKS, SHEPARD FAIREY, MARTIN WHATSON, FAILE and WILL BARRAS in Oslo

For photos of graffiti by local artists, see PART FOUR

and

PART TWO

GRAFFITI OR GRAFITTI?
Beauty, ugliness, art, trash, purposeful and incidental uses (and “misuses”) of grammar and spelling in the environment of the internet and in vandalism as art (eg. “graffiti” vs. “grafitti”, and other plays on words and “kebab terms” etc.), the meaningful and the mundane … these are all relative, especially in such fluid times as these. There is a shift of consciousness underway, and the transitional spurts sometimes happen so quickly that it can be difficult to remember how the world was just yesterday.

All photographic works on this blog are copyright Adam Donaldson Powell, 2011.

Documenting street art in Oslo: Street art by FENX.

ADAM DONALDSON POWELL

Please also visit my other blog

Presenting Oslo Street Photography:

Urban Oslo and “the Shift”:

an ongoing online exhibition documenting street images in Oslo, Norway from 2010 to 2013.

Part fifteen: Oslo healing. Street art by international graffiti artists Faile (Tordenskiolds gate 5), FENX (Drammensveien 200), Shepard Fairey (Kirkeveien 59), The London Police (Bygdøy allé 1), Will Barras (Jernbanetorget 4), Martin Whatson (Storgata 51), Logan Hicks (Bygdøy allé 3), GALO (Storgata 21-23) and D*FACE (Urtegata 9).

HERE BELOW:
The Oslo street art work by: FENX (Drammensveien 200).

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE OSLO ART WALK AND THE VISITING ARTISTS, SEE
THE T&J ARTWALK WEBSITE AND BLOG

THE LONDON POLICE in Oslo

GALO and D*FACE in Oslo

LOGAN HICKS, SHEPARD FAIREY, MARTIN WHATSON, FAILE and WILL BARRAS in Oslo

For photos of graffiti by local artists, see PART FOUR

and

PART TWO

GRAFFITI OR GRAFITTI?
Beauty, ugliness, art, trash, purposeful and incidental uses (and “misuses”) of grammar and spelling in the environment of the internet and in vandalism as art (eg. “graffiti” vs. “grafitti”, and other plays on words and “kebab terms” etc.), the meaningful and the mundane … these are all relative, especially in such fluid times as these. There is a shift of consciousness underway, and the transitional spurts sometimes happen so quickly that it can be difficult to remember how the world was just yesterday.

All photographic works on this blog are copyright Adam Donaldson Powell, 2011.

Documenting street art in Oslo: Oslo healing with street art.

ADAM DONALDSON POWELL

Please also visit my other blog

Presenting Oslo Street Photography:

Urban Oslo and “the Shift”:

an ongoing online exhibition documenting street images in Oslo, Norway from 2010 to 2013.

Part ten: Oslo healing. Street art by international graffiti artists Faile (Tordenskiolds gate 5), FENX (Drammensveien 200), Shepard Fairey (Kirkeveien 59), The London Police (Bygdøy allé 1), Will Barras (Jernbanetorget 4), Martin Whatson (Storgata 51), Logan Hicks (Bygdøy allé 3), GALO (Storgata 21-23) and D*FACE (Urtegata 9).

HERE BELOW, WORKS BY:
Logan Hicks (Bygdøy allé 3), Shepard Fairey (Kirkeveien 59), Martin Whatson (Storgata 51), Faile (Tordenskiolds gate 5), and Will Barras (Jernbanetorget 4).

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE OSLO ART WALK AND THE VISITING ARTISTS, SEE
THE T&J ARTWALK WEBSITE AND BLOG

THE LONDON POLICE in Oslo

GALO and D*FACE in Oslo

FENX in Oslo

For photos of graffiti by local artists, see PART FOUR

and

PART TWO

GRAFFITI OR GRAFITTI?
Beauty, ugliness, art, trash, purposeful and incidental uses (and “misuses”) of grammar and spelling in the environment of the internet and in vandalism as art (eg. “graffiti” vs. “grafitti”, and other plays on words and “kebab terms” etc.), the meaningful and the mundane … these are all relative, especially in such fluid times as these. There is a shift of consciousness underway, and the transitional spurts sometimes happen so quickly that it can be difficult to remember how the world was just yesterday.

All photographic works on this blog are copyright Adam Donaldson Powell, 2011.

Documenting street art in Oslo: Oslo healing.

ADAM DONALDSON POWELL

Please also visit my other blog

Presenting Oslo Street Photography:

Urban Oslo and “the Shift”:

an ongoing online exhibition documenting street images in Oslo, Norway from 2010 to 2013.

Part nine: Oslo healing. Flowers, wreaths and candles in memoriam after terrorist attacks.

PHOTO OF THE SAME GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS, TAKEN FROM THE SAME APPROACHING SIDE STREET – BEFORE THE TERRORIST ATTACK:

PHOTO OF YOUNGSTORGET – BEFORE THE TERRORIST ATTACK WHICH DEVASTATED THE GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS JUST A SHORT BLOCK AWAY AND WHICH BLEW OUT WINDOWS OF BUILDINGS SEVERAL BLOCKS AWAY:

– All photographic works on these pages copyright Adam Donaldson Powell.

Documenting the skies over Oslo: Clouds over oslo, the day after the terrorist attacks.

ADAM DONALDSON POWELL

Please also visit my other blog

Presenting Oslo Street Photography:

Urban Oslo and “the Shift”:

an ongoing online exhibition documenting street images in Oslo, Norway from 2010 to 2013.

Part eight: clouds over oslo, the day after the terrorist attacks in july of 2011

– All photographic works on these pages copyright Adam Donaldson Powell.

Documenting Oslo: sun fun.

ADAM DONALDSON POWELL

Please also visit my other blog

Presenting Oslo Street Photography:

Urban Oslo and “the Shift”:

an ongoing online exhibition documenting street images in Oslo, Norway from 2010 to 2013.

 

Part seven: cuando calienta el sol – warming the streets and harbor of Oslo:

– All photographic works on these pages copyright Adam Donaldson Powell.