Argentinian artist duo “Mondongo” creates paintings without paint but using such materials as thread, beads, plasticine, cookies, and glitter, to name of few. Production is slow, meticulous and deliberate as the material and concept are intricately jelled. The materials also tend to be used as metaphorical adjuncts to the concepts.
Valparaiso graffiti art and tattoo flash duo Doble Problemas recently had a show at the Sino Shop in Montreal. Our main man and part-time correspondent Justin Guenet got a chance to recap the show which featured a lot of great work all across the board.
It seems as if every week Alexis Diaz is popping up with some new work and you can bet on it that we’ll post it up. Diaz has been busy as all hell in Tunisia and has recently completed a new mural entitle “Adaptation” for the Djerbahood Festival.
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We are back again for our 14th instalment of our magazine with a legendary line up of interviews from graffiti & fine-artist such as SABER [MSK/AWR], OGRE [MOAS], GRIS ONE, MR. WANY, Alex Senna, Greg Gossel, Jaybo Monk & a recap of NXNE Art Festival 2014. Click on the picture below or the link HERE to read the full issue.
Graffiti artists Sofles, Smug One and Adnate recently teamed up somewhere in Melbourne, Australia to paint an incredible portrait based street-art mural.
Graffiti artist SEVER always has the font styles on lock. Recently he got busy with a tight beveled straight letter that just pops off the wall.
Street artist Yis Goodwin, better known by his nome de plume “Nosego” was recently in Washington for the Seattle Mural Festival. Nosego busted out a colourful and surreal mural as he usually does so well.
The graffiti portrait king El Mac was recently in our hometown of Toronto, Canada painting one of his classic beautiful (and of course massive) female portraits. The legendary artist was invited by Eventscape and had some help in the background from Kwest BSM and Stare NME.
Graffiti twins SOBEKCIS tear up a new wall in Bielefeld, Germany for 800hoch2 Festival. The towering wall that’s a number of stories high features an eclectic mix of imagery form their signature letter styles to flowers and vines.
Muralist Alexis Diaz is back at it again with a new mural in Tunisia entitled “Tus Manos Construyen Lo Que Tu Alma Ve” (Your Hands Build What Your Soul Looks). Diaz paints the piece in a beautiful cool colour palette with his classic meticulous style.