SPRAY PAINT SHOWDOWN 2018

Blick Art Supplies and Graffiti Defense Coalition present: Spray Paint Showdown 2018

Call to Artists: 8 artists or teams will be chosen to participate and will receive a $50 Blick gift card toward supplies.    

Winner will receive an additional $200 Blick gift card.

4×6’ canvas provided by Blick. Participants use their own paint supply. Interested artists send examples of your best work to: manager2277@dickblick.com Subject line: “Spray Paint Showdown 2018”.

ALL SUBMISSIONS DUE JULY 3RD 2018

Event Details:

Location: Across from Blick @ SCCC Courtyard park.

Date: July 14th 2018

Time: Starting at 1:00pm

Live mural painting by Jonathan Wakuda Fischer in Seattle’s International District

Seattle, WA. – On Saturday, April 21st The Graffiti Defense Coalition presents a live painting event at Helping Link Vietnamese Community Center by pop artist Jonathan Wakuda Fischer. This mural installation and outreach is in cooperation with the SCIDpda on the 14th anniversary of the Chinatown International District / Little Saigon Spring Clean-Up.

The Graffiti Defense Coalition will be participating with information on how businesses can benefit by working directly with the street art community to abate vandalism, protect locations with murals, and gain the respect of the art community by working in cooperation to solve our problems.

Inspired by street art techniques and traditional Japanese art, Seattle artist Jonathan Wakuda Fischer creates work in the style of ukiyo-e woodblock prints. Wakuda Fischer has shown locally and internationally, and his art can currently be seen at the Wing Luke Museum’s ‘Asian American Arcade’ exhibit.

Seattle, WA. - On Saturday, April 21st The Graffiti Defense Coalition presents a live painting event at Helping Link Vietnamese Community Center by pop artist Jonathan Wakuda Fischer.

For more information please read our Press Release