Back again with another issue guaranteed not to disappoint, with 124 pages of stunning visuals from 9 different features. BBB Issue number 12 is jam-packed with all sorts of ocular goodies. Composing of articles on “This is Not a Toy” and “Crowded Kingdom” exhibitions and interviews from RAOS, POSER, Justin Bower, Rusto, Rubin415 Winnie Truong and Ben Frost, we’re as pleased with this issue as you will be. Click the flick or the LINK to read.


Beth Zener – Malaysian Street Art

Our good friend Beth Zener has recently been jet setting all over the world. She gave us a recent update in her travels with some incredible street art from Georgetown, Malaysia. Some of the most impressive and innovative street art in the world it seem. A shame it doesn’t get as much play.



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The Helix & Andy Scott’s – The Kelpies (Timelapse)

The Helix is extremely proud to present ‘The Kelpies’, a video by award winning filmmaker Walid Salhab documenting Scottish artist Andy Scott‘s 100ft large sculpture of the same name. Using a unique hyperlapse technique, this video features footage captured within a live construction site. Filming under these conditions using the hyperlapse technique is close to impossible.

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First Coat Toowoomba

In association with the Australian government, First Coat is a street art festival in Toowoomba, that consisted of over two dozen artists both local and international to beautify the city with their large-scale murals. Watch the video recap after the jump!

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HERAKUT – Colors of Resilience

Street art by Herakut as part of a an AptART project with children in the Syrian Refugee Camp Zaatari and children in North Jordan, in partnership with ACTED, supported by ECHO and UNICEF. March 2014. Videography by MESSRS., Film Concept and Edit by HERAKUT, Music by Marbert Rocel.

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Guus Ter Beek x Tayfun Sarier – Street Eraser

Guus Ter Beek and Tayfun Sarier have created a fun blog entitled ‘Street Eraser’ to document their latest street art project where they stickerize the Photoshop eraser tool and its familiar gray-and-white checked background out onto the streets of London. From graffiti walls to stop signs.

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Etienne Lavie – OMG Who Stole My Ads?

French artist Etienne Lavie brilliantly revisits art and advertising in his series “OMG Who Stole My Ads?” In this series we can imagine our current day landscape which is littered with corporate advertising, now replaced with beautiful works of classical art.

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