RVCA presents the 8th annual Manifesto Festival art show. This time around the show features a ton of amazing components including the legendary Los Angeles based tattoo and graffiti artist Mister Cartoon. The art show which begins at 7pm this Thursday, September 18th at the Steamwhistle Brewery features the infamous artist himself among 20+ other Canadian artists and DJs. The show will also include a low rider showcase, live painting and live tattooing.
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.
Genre bending band, Rocky Business is on tour and is arriving to play their first Canadian show tonight at Wrongbar on Queen St. W fresh off their epic show at Lollapalooza. Read their bio HERE. And definitely go check them out if you’re in Toronto this evening! Some more info and videos after the jump!
Recently we’ve been seeing a growth in 360 degree panoramic videos coming out. Well we recently got in touch with Onion Creek Productions who worked on a music video for Wild Child entitled “Rillo Talk.” This is a perfect example of innovation in 360 degree video work. The song is chilling as well. Watch the video and see some excerpts after the jump!
Toronto’s Unity Charity is back again and throwing their 6th Annual UNITY Festival. From July 23 – 26, 2014, the festival will have some of the best hip-hop acts in the biz. With a stellar line-up of break dancers, MCs/spoken word artists, beatboxers and bands including Biz Markie, Raz Fresco, Airplane Boys, Ball-Zee and many more. For more information and all of the details go HERE.
We are very pleased to announce an unbelievably stacked line-up for issue lucky NUMBER 13. With artists from all corners of the world such as graffiti BATES, NYCHOS, BUFF MONSTER, BIAS & fine-artists Vladimir Kraynyk and Simon Birch, a feature on Malaysian street-art by Beth Zener & a recap of Montreal’s Mural Festival by Naz Goshtasbpour. With a line-up like this it should come as no shock this issue is second to none. Click the image or HERE to view.