Fekner’s first environmental projects include Decay and Decay and Abandoned on neglected properties in Queens. They also appear on the East River bridges that were in state of disrepair.
Central Park, NY
The Daze of Toxic Water
Collaboration with Andrew Ruhren
The Post No Bills/Post No Dreams project was one of the first examples of street art culture jamming and subversive advertising. Other stencils created in the series included Instant This Instant That, No TV, Soft Brains Watch The Screen And Buy The Jeans, Doomsday and My Ad Is No Ad. Read the rest of this entry »
John Fekner & John Crash Matos
John Crash Matos, a graffiti artist, and I collaborated on a project entitled THE SUFFOLK STREET FALLOUT SHELTER. The mural, painted on an abandoned building on the Lower East Side, depicts a nuclear bomb exploding in the New York City. A stenciled warning in English and Spanish reads: IN CASE OF NUCLEAR WAR STEP INSIDE/EN CASO DE GUERRA NULCEAR ENTREN. Read the rest of this entry »