"Watching television is like taking black spray paint to your third eye."
- Bill Hicks, comedian 1994 R.I.P

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Worcester Kidz, This is for YOU!

We found out about an opportunity to support Worcester's finest asset, da Kidz + couldn't pass it up. Friday 4th February 2011 the Worcester Educational Development Foundation, Inc. is hosting “A PRELUDE TO MARDI GRAS” at the Worcester Center for Crafts from 5pm to 8pm. WEDF, Inc. has invited local artists to create a mask to be auctioned off to raise funds for projects in Worcester schools. We decided participating in this event was a better farewell to the city we have called home for the past 4 years. We plan to be at this event so if you can guess who we are don't hesitate to say, 'What up?!'.

In case you are wondering yes, it is a Guy Fawkes mask, spray painted green,
lovingly hand painted with our 508 Luv icon + cable ties for hair? horns? ticklers?


For more info about the event and how you can donate your mask read on:


For Immediate Release

Event: “A Prelude to Mardi Gras”

Location:Worcester Center for Crafts

Contact: Kathy Ivanowski (508) 799-3083

Date/Time:February 4, 2011/ 5-8 p.m.


Worcester, MA – Worcester Educational Development Foundation, Inc. (WEDF) is proud to present “A Prelude to Mardi Gras.” Worcester Public Schools’ Art Teachers and Artists from the greater Worcester area are collaborating to produce Mardi Gras masks to be sold at silent auction at the Worcester Center for Crafts, 25 Sagamore Road, from 5-8 p.m. on Friday, February 4, 2011. Tickets are $10.00 at the door and include a cocktail reception with complimentary hors d’ oeuvres, and the music of local music teacher and blues artist, Jon Short, as well as the opportunity to buy your Mardi Gras mask for WEDF’s “Mardi Gras.”

We invite local artists who would like to participate by creating a handheld or wearable Mardi Gras style masks to contact Kathy Ivanowski, Worcester Public Schools Visual Arts Liaison at (508) 799-3083 or Ivanowski@worc.k12.ma.us.

Worcester Educational Development Foundation, Inc. is organized for the sole purpose of supporting the Worcester Public Schools and identifying resources to meet the needs of the district.

Sunday, December 19, 2010

It's Been a Pleasure Worcester, Massachusetts

Happy Holidays!

Today we have placed 12 new pieces of FreeArt on the common behind the Worcester town hall in celebration of the New Year quickly approaching. We hope you enjoy them.

This will also be the last installment of FreeArt on the streets of Worcester, Mass. since we will be moving back to the UK early in the new year. We have had an incredible amount of fun creating art and sharing it with all of the residents of this city and thank you for all your love and support.

We wish you all peace and love for the years to come!


Friday, December 10, 2010

BANKSY: The Master

UK street artist Banksy at work in Chinatown, Boston.


Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Dream Brother - Jeff Barnard

Rest in Peace, we're gonna miss our WormTown Taxi.

Jeff Barnard
December 8, 1948 - November 28,2010

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Boston Herald Article on Graffiti

Read article here.

Why is graffiti looked down on while our landscape is blighted by advertising trying to sell us shite we don't need? We didn't ask for those billboards yet we have no choice but to live with them. Set up legal graffiti walls in cities and the 'problem' will be solved....


Friday, September 3, 2010

FreeArt Friday: This is It for the Season Peeps!

Well, what a great summer it has been in Worcester + once again we had loads of fun making + sharing our FreeArt with you! Thanx to all those who have supported us + enjoyed the chase. We love you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Today and tonight we will be scurrying around town to throw down the last fifteen pieces of our 508 stenciled FreeArt. As they hit the streets we will be updating our location list below, our Google Map as well as our Facebook page. So if you are determined to snag one all you need is right here.

Good luck, be safe + see you next summer!


Sears Island
TurtleLove Boy
Girls Inc. Spurr + Providence St
Hurtle + Angelo St.
Bell Pond
Shrewsbury + Granby
Boynton + Elbridge St.
Rutland Terr + Salisbury
Sagamore + MOnadock
Goldstar Diner
Grove St + Glennie (near Jillian's)
Under Ralph's Diner sign
Lucky's Cafe (Northworks)
Major taylor Blvd + Old Lincoln St.
Millbury St + Kelly Square (Hotel Vernon)

Monday, August 16, 2010

We love Sprout Florist in Worcester!

We've been admiring Sprout's creative endeavors with flowers, guerrilla seed bombings , free wreaths at the Winter Solstice, and general creative love she spreads around Worcester. As a thanx we dropped by her shop recently and left a pressie. Here is the photograph she took for us of her FreeArt in front of her wicked cool spot on June Street. Pay her a visit!

Who has some more photos of their Free Art for us?

Peace Ya'll.