The Graffiti Research
The Graffiti Research Lab is dedicated to outfitting
graffiti writers, street artist and protestors with
open source technologies for urban communication.
The goal of the G.R.L. is to technologically empower
individuals to creatively alter and reclaim their
surroundings from unchecked development and corporate
visual culture. During 2006, the G.R.L. has toured
across the globe demonstrating and teaching new graffiti
technologies and DIY skills to diverse public audiences.
Their work has been featured in alternative and mainstream
news sources like the NY Times, Wooster Collective,
TIME Magazine, Visual Resistance and The Village Voice.
In May 2006, Ars Electronica gave the G.R.L. an Award
of Distinction in Interactive Art. You can find their
work at www.graffitiresearchlab.com