• Shepard Fairey is among the artists that have work in the Police Brutality Coloring Book.
  • An interview with Askew.
  • Tyke/Witnes and Dabs & Myla paint a wall in Miami – caught on video.
  • Man accused of removing Banksy work off wall and putting on eBay for £17,000.
  • LA Weekly’s top ten street art and graffiti stories of 2011.  Guess what’s number one?
  • JR, Jacob Kassay, Aurel Schmidt, and Sam Falls,  among Forbes’ 30 Under 30: Art & Design.
  • More MBW and Banksy speculation, including accusation that he may have paid hired fans.
  • Interview with filmmaker and photographer Cheryl Dunn.
  • Holland Cotter on NYC’s just completed art season.  Liked museums – disliked galleries.
  • Interview with Jonathan Yeo about his work and new exhibition.
  • Ai Weiwei is one of The Observer’s Faces of 2011.
  • Tracey Emin to donate her entire salary from teaching at Royal Academy to her students.
  • Richard Serra’s tallest sculpture yet at 80 ft. – “7″ – was unveiled in Doha.
  • Christian Marclay’s The Clock is LA Times’ Kenneth Turan’s pick for film of the year.
  • Kids can enjoy Alexander Calder just as well as adults.
  • NYU professor claims he was fired because he gave James Franco a “D” class grade.
  • Kalup Linzy posts videos of his students work on YouTube.
  • ARTINFO has 20 Questions for the elusive Santa Claus.
  • Pacific Standard Time initiative hailed by Christopher Knight as Best of 2011 in Art.
  • LA Weekly’s review of the year in art for Los Angeles.
  • Jerry Saltz reviews the Jerry Saltz action figure by Sucklord.  He also reveals that he may not be on Work of Art next year (if there is a third season).
  • More collectors are putting up art work as collateral for loans at pawn shops.
  • Purchase art made by Tulsa Zoo’s occupants and support zoo improvements.
  • LA Times’ 2011 year in review: Best in architecture includes West Hollywood Library.
  • The demand for high-end Chinese art is booming as investors seek alternative assets.
  • Damien Hirst has made his pill motif into cuff links.
  • Art market for the super and ultra-rich still booming.
  • There may be a theft epidemic of sculptural art for its scrap value.
  • Are you in Business Insider’s list of the 12 most powerful art collectors in the world?
  • Some new work from Stella Im Hultberg.
  • Chloe Early finishes her last painting of the year.
  • Eric Fortune shares insights on what it means to be a traveling artist.
  • Jeremy Fish is giving away an iPad 2.