Born in 1974, Sam Chivers became good at drawing because he was put in the bottom class for Maths at school. The teacher trying to retain control over a disobedient mob never noticed him perfecting his skills at the back.
Though not too much is known about the mysterious Japanese artist HI, the artist creates magnificent digital illustrations that hold an outstanding amount of painterly aesthetic and emotion.
Graff Crew App, is a smartphone and tablet app created by a group of graffiti writers from Spain. It is a professional colour manager for graffiti writers that works and uses the different spray brands and models that will be used in a graffiti before it is carried through.
Thanks to its various functions, it is also a valuable tool for designers and plastic artists. It is already available for iOS (iphone and iPad) and within weeks it will be available for Android too (smartphones and tablets).
This is a seriously awesome looking app, so definitely take a look at the tutorial videos and more information after the jump!
“The Myneandyours project revolves around the story of a cloud, and its relationship with the environment that surrounds it. It is an experiment in symbology, inspiring us to question ourselves, and what exists around us. Repetition of any symbol should provoke thought, and inspire a line of questioning. It’s not directly selling anything, and it’s not formally part of any system – it just exists to exist and this existence that I hope inspires you to question it. To question every detail of yourself will help you understand what it is to be human and what this really means.” – Myneandyours Manifesto
We are back with the 16th instalment of our digital publication for your viewing pleasure featuring an all-star line up of features such as interviews from Bicicleta Sem Freio, Neist, Caleb Neelon, Chris Dyer, Christian Guemy, Matt W. Moore, Soten, Anthony Lister, Trav (MSK) and Ron English and an amazing recap of Art Basel Miami 2014 via Beast from Visual Orgasm. Click the image below or HERE to read.