Plenty O'Toole.

Hey I'm Meighan O'Toole. I find the Internet and the sense of community it inspires fascinating. I work with creative individuals and brands to define their voice online using social media.

I have teh Internets to thank for my career.*

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*I used to blog a lot about art over here.


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1AM Mobile, A Community-Powered Street Art Discovery App



You are beautiful

Reka in abandoned chateau outside of Paris.


Os Gemeos in Boston


Daily Graffiti: Let’s Cook

Here’s an awesome collection of Breaking Bad street art by jack wrk(less). This makes me wish I owned a yellow rubber jumpsuit and a gas mask. Ooh! Someone should make some Breaking Bad pajamas!

Check out the DAILY GRAFFITI ARCHIVES for more geektastic street art!

Too good.

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Street Art of the Day: Hanksy continues his pop culture tributes with the hilarious Ferrell Cats — Colin Farrell, Will Ferrell, and Pharyell Williams. The rest of the new series can be found here.



Doodles (also known as Nick Mann) sent me images of his latest mural. I figured I’d share his email since it says it all:

Hi Meighan,

Here are photos some  of a large wall I recently completed in Baltimore for the Open Walls Conference.

This piece is about the Earth being healed. Healed from the wound that civilization has created through industrialized practices.  In the center of the earthen hands is a city on fire.  The hands of the cosmos are extinguishing the fire/ healing the wounded earth.

The iconic Martha Cooper shot the images.


La Haine

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Alicia Reyes McNamara emailed me back in December telling me that she and her friend, Kat Burdine would be taking part in JR's Inside Out Project in Honduras. I asked her to give me a holler when she completed it. And she has! Here’s what they’ve done in her own words:

La Fuerza Silenciosa or in English, The Silent Strength is a public art instillation I did in Honduras with my friend, Kat Burdine. We are working in collaboration with the Inside Out project founded by the French artist, JR.

Between both Kat and I, we have lived and work in El Progreso, Honduras for six years and though we worked with various demographics, we were continuously struck by the silent strength of women in the community. We have photographed these women and have pasted their portraits up in the center of town as well as their neighborhoods to give homage to their strength and struggles. With this citywide instillation we hope to start a dialogue about all that women have accomplished. Las Progreseñas, or the women of El Progreso are the foundations of their communities.  They are the teachers, mothers, nurturers, and fighters for future of this town.

We wheatpasted 50 black and white portraits of these incredible women the third week of March of 2012, knowing the first week of April is “Semana Santa,” Holy Week or Spring Break, when many people coming from out side cities and even internationally pass through El Progreso to get to the coastal beach towns.  We figured this would be the best time to take advantage of the heavy traffic so more people will have the possibility of seeing this project.

I don’t think this is real. (Taken with instagram)

Swoon. Can’t ever get enough of this piece.

Steven Christie

Steven Christie

limosna / limo by escif.

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