New artwork by INTI “Blinded by the light” – Lyon, France 2019Project: @peinturefraichefestivalVideo: @chopemdownfilmsPhotos: @streetlayers More about INTI: Instagram – Facebook
Hi Anders, great to meet you. You were in Aberdeen for a few days recently, i take this opportunity to ask you a few questions. Where are you from? I grew up in Arendal, a city on the coast of Southeastern Norway. Nowadays, my studio is in Berlin, where I have been living since 2011. [….]
Sad news today. Chewbacca is dead. He had become a world famous actor without ever showing his face on the screen: The British actor Peter Mayhew, who has long donned the costume of Chewbacca, giant hairy alien of the Star Wars saga, died on Tuesday at the age of 74. Many street artists have painted [….]
In the spirit of Hip-Hop collaboration, this film was created together with graffiti artist Briks and beatmaker OrphanWorkz. It’s not often you’ll hear me say that a project was more about the process than about the result. The film is a visual freestyle in which we capture the rhythmic strokes of Briks’ creativity, revealing the [….]
South Africa, A country full of colour and diversity, also home to some amazing street and Graffiti artists. Often neglected and forgotten in the World of street art, South Africa has a wide variety, forming many styles of art from the dangerous street side of illegal graffiti through to the large scale murals adorning the [….]
I invite you to discover 25 street artists from Poland who will dazzle you with their talent and creativity.
Interview with Andy Council. Street artist based in Bristol.
For our first 2 walls in Dundee, Scotland we invited 2 very talented artists. Paco Graff a French Graffiti artist based in Dundee and Mister Copy a South African street artist currently living in Paris.
I’m super excited to reveal this collaboration between My Dog Sighs and Curtis Hylton for this year’s Upfest summer edition. Location – Windmill hill Bristol. Duration – 5 days More information about: My Dog Sighs – Curtis Hylton Photo Gallery:
Interview with Vhils at Nuart Aberdeen 2019.