Jonathan See Lim AKA Tie One (1979–1998), was a graffiti artist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He was well known in the graffiti community for his aggressive style of graffiti art and the large amount of work he produced. Lim was born in the Philippines to ethnic-Chinese parents. During his early childhood, his family moved to California.
Saint Patrick’s Day has always been difficult to celebrate because on this day eleven years ago, our friend and soldier Tie, Jonathan See Lim, was murdered in the Tenderloin of San Francisco on Turk and Taylor. A man named William Porter shot him in the back of his head while Tie was begining to climb a rooftop to pain. Of cource the SF police covered it up as a robbery and our 18 year old little buddies death went unvindicated. He was a major influence to us all and his memory will live on in our hearts.
- saberone http://saberone.com/blog/2009/03/…
The Great Wall of Vagina, artist Jamie McCartney (featured here) has a current show at London,titled Skin Deep, it features his new series of photographs using an a4 scanner developed by the artist. For those European/London followers of streetkonect, the show is until June 2, 2012.On the show, the Great Wall of Vagina sculptures are also displayed, You can browse the exhibit website here, and the Jamie McCartney's website here..by the way, i enjoyed browsing the process for the Great Wall of Vagina(photo above) if you want to see more, you can click it here.
Skin Deep Exhibit