I’m constantly experimenting with ways to use my photos to expand my creative expression. I made two t-shirts this month.
I am fortunate enough to have a photo of mine on Banksy’s official NYC residency website, “Better Out Than In.” http://www.banksyny.com/
If you go to his website and scroll down to “October 7th,” you will see my photo of a NYPD officer snapping a photo of Banksy’s stencil and Banksy’s team has credited me for it. I was already planning on making a t-shirt with this picture because I knew it was a one in a million shot and it was by far my favorite photo of all that I’ve taken on this Banksy scavenger hunt so far. Here it is below:
This second t-shirt has sentimental value, as it is one of my favorite murals that I just recently documented in Beirut. I can’t say enough about the artist Yazan or his subject here, Ali. For more of the story: https://jacquelinemhadel.wordpress.com/2013/08/16/lbeirut-street-art-ali-abdallah-by-yazan-halwani/#comments
Here it is:
Here are my latest postcards. One is my favorite shot that I already mentioned above. The other one is another depiction of a Banksy piece, “Crazy Horse”:
How I create. Below is my latest journal (a Dingbat from Beirut!) filled to the brim with stickers off the street, as well as all kinds of interview questions that I had for various artists over the past month. In addition, is my handy dandy postcard bag. It carries my pens, postcards, stickers, and stamps so that I always have them on the ready to send out to people:
OCT13. New York City.