Wooster Collective, founded in 2001 by Sara and Marc Schiller, showcases and celebrates ephemeral art placed on streets in cities around the world. The collective’s mission is to discover and document authentic art experiences via book publishing, salons, lectures, gallery shows, and online since 2003 at woostercollective.com.
In 2006, Wooster Collective organized one of the most significant exhibitions of street art ever at an abandoned building in downtown New York. "11 Spring" was chosen by the The New York Times as one of the top art exhibitions of the year.
The Schiller’s have published many books and in 2010 released “Trespass: A History of Uncommissioned Urban Art” with Taschen. They have been featured in The New York Times, Time Magazine, Good Magazine and many others. As a global voice for street art, the Schiller’s have spoken at the Tate Modern, Design Indaba and The New Museum. In 2013, Wooster Collective approaches its 10th year anniversary of the website. They are currently working on organizing an anniversary summer art show that is sure to be as momentous as their decade long accomplishment.