Oliver Peoples honors “To Kill A Mockingbird” with new frames

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If you want to look a tad more intellectual and Gregory Peck, Oliver Peoples is making it easier for you with these new frames. Gregory’s son, Anthony, happens to be a patron of Oliver Peoples, and had the original Atticus Finch frames that his dad wore in “To Kill A Mockingbird.”

The Moment notes, “The new, bookish style ($315 at Barneys and oliverpeoples.com) is available in four muted colors and made from a transparent acetate that resembles tortoiseshell with a bit more polish. And in the name of word nerds and those who love them, the Peck family is donating its proceeds from the project to the Los Angeles Public Library.”

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15,000 and Up Stciker Combo Show

15,000 and Up Stciker Combo Show” posted from: The Citrus Report | Art, Culture, News, Graffiti, Music, Street Art, Clothing, Politics, Reviews

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This is cool non-profit project, called 15,0oo and Up, collecting 15,000 or more stickers from international artists over the course of the year. Read the full synopsis below, and submit if you got something.

15,000 And Up is a non-profit project, collective, and an annual art expo. Here, we try to unite artists/media, expose and promote their brand; since this collective is open to all, everyone who wishes to, can participate in the project, by sending submissions for the annual expo; alternatively, by supporting/ promoting it by any other means.

The project is focused on collecting 15,000 or more stickers each year from artists all over the world, and since the project is free to all artists, anyone who wishes to, can participate. This is the first time the project is being ran, and with the support of many artists will hopefully be successful, and catch a lot of attention along the way.

The focus of the project is street art, and underground art, and all of the creative communities that connect to it. Specifically, the project is dedicated to street stickers and adhesives, which are very quick, but also creative ways for artists to promote themselves, and have always been, and always will be, popular throughout the street art movement.

EXPO: Though we do welcome all artists, and brands*, and everyone is welcome to send as much stickers/adhesives (related to street and underground art) for the expo; however, keep in mind, that the purpose of the project is not competition, or just promotion of brand, the purpose is to unite artists, and make people see and realize the greater purposes of street art, all it’s communities. However, exposure of the artists is very important too.

Please Read: All of the collected submissions for the project, will be used for the Show/ Expo of 15,000 And Up, that will be hosted in Russia, Barnaul; the show will go on for a week or more. All of the stickers/ adhesives, will be used to create collages, and art. Have your art seen at the Expo! Submit Your Work.

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Ron English in Queens, New York

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You have to love Ron English, as the man just keeps it going and keeps on doing. This time, he hit Queens with some fun / funny wheatpastes. Thanks to Wooster Collective.

Read more about the project here.

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