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Robotswillkill -- Twenty 04
Robotswillkill -- Twenty 04
Digital CollectionStreet Art Graphics
TitleRobotswillkill -- Twenty 04
Title-AlternativeRobots Will Kill
CreatorRobotsWillKill
Time Span2006
Geographic LocationNew York, New York, United States
LanguageEnglish
Classgraphic arts
Typesticker
DescriptionRobotswillkill slogan on a USPS (U.S. Post Office) label; "Robots Will Kill is an arts site dedicated to community and exposure for artists/media often disregarded by the mainstream art world. Set in motion in 2001, RWK is the brain-child of Chris. Rather than featuring his own work exclusively, he opened it up to allow the possibility for it to become whatever it evolved into being. At the time that this is being written, the site is showing work of over 8000 artists from around the world. With the surge of incredible art from practically all mediums coming in- the responsibilities for the various aspects of the site have been delegated to people who were involved from the very beginning. To this day RWK (Chris, kev/psyn and Veng) is hard at work recruiting Artists for the site, participating in shows and collaborative works, making sure your order gets out as quickly as robotically possible, always thinking of new ways to help the site and the project stay fresh in the face of exhaustion and complacency." -- Robots Will Kill website; graphic image of a stylized robot and red fleur de li on a blue and white USPS label for Priority Mail; black, white and blue text
Subjectindie culture; alternative mass media; street art; graphic design; graffiti; street literature; street fashion; stores & shops; robots; fleur-de-lis; emblems; United States Postal Service; documents; labels
Referenceshttp://www.robotswillkill.com/
NotesCollected by Catherine Tedford in 2006 in New York City.
RightsPlease see http://www.stlawu.edu/gallery/copyright/.
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