graffiti

  • Microsoft Puts Weight Behind Open Source Projects With Web Platform Installer

    Microsoft Puts Weight Behind Open Source Projects With Web Platform Installer

    Microsoft isn't exactly known for championing open source projects. So it's rather surprising (in a good way) to see the company release something called the Microsoft Web Platform Installer, which makes it possible to batch install a set of open source projects on Windows Vista or Server 2008. Read More

  • Bombin' And Taggin' With Light

    Bombin' And Taggin' With Light

    There’s a new kind of graffiti coming out that won’t piss of owners of billboards and buildings. Using different kinds of light and cranking up the exposure time on a camera, some artists are now throwing up pieces and tags with lights. Hit the jump for a quick breakdown: Gear this is a small collection of flashlights, biking-lights and flashing LED lights they all work with batteries… Read More

  • Audio Bombing: Cassette Tape-based Graffiti

    Audio Bombing: Cassette Tape-based Graffiti

    Traditional graffiti, eyesore that it is, means having to spray paint the sides of buildings with tags, the graffiti artist’s signature. Audio Bombing is a new take on the practice that uses cassette tape as the medium. You record whatever you want to say onto the audio tape, then rip the tape itself out of the cassette. Then you place this tape all over town—on building walls… Read More