Your Hosts: Brandon, Mary, Dan, and Howard, with Jamahl Crouch
Jamahl Crouch (Illusmm1 on Instagram) joined us at the GenCon Indy Writers Symposium to talk about what writers get wrong about street art. Jamahl is many things, and one of those is “street artist.”
We discuss the differences between graffiti and street art, where things like commissioned murals fit into the scene, and how the societal pressures (read: “it’s not legal to paint on this wall”) affect the form.
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The home quartet, Brandon, Mary, Dan, and Howard, sat down with Jamahl Crouch at GenCon to talk about what writers get wrong about street art. Skateboards, spray painting, well, that’s in there, but that’s not the key. A microcosm of life? Go ahead, read all about it in the transcript now in the archives and over here
Timely episode! I was recently in London and spent a lot of time on Brick Lane. Which in turn inspired a story. While my character is not a street artist, the art of Brick Lane is a very important feature of the story.
This added insight from this podcast will hopefully add some depth as I edit.
Thanks so much for another wonderfully useful podcast!
Episode reminded me of the YA novel, ‘Shadowshaper’’ by Daniel José Older
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