We’ve teamed up with our buddies over at Visual Orgasm to present to you the new epic train video from our man APER entitled “Nothing Special.” The video is a documentary style hardcore train bombing video based on the past 5 years of Aper’s worldwide destruction. The video is now available for preorder at our SHOP and over at VO’s SHOP. They’re already going fast so be sure to grab one before their gone. Watch the trailer below.
Tadas Sidlauskas is a 23 year old Lithuanian painter. His work consists of both, realistic and abstract elements and works mainly with oil paints. His what Sidlauskas has to say about his work:
“Every piece of art I create is personal to me for different reasons. While creating the work, I’m more interested in conveying mood and emotion than simply trying to copy the exact scene or idea that I have in my head. I use color, ornamentation, abstract shapes, human figures and other elements to build an emotional connection with the viewer. I spend a lot of time traveling and it heavily affects my art.”
KIND MAGZ is an online local media based in Indonesia. Review about Graffiti, Street art and Urban Sub-Culture around South East Asia especially in Indonesia. KIND MAGZ will release its latest issue on October 7, 2015. Titled “Clash Of Characters”, took the theme about one of Graffiti style. At this issue featuring profiles Graffiti artist who has a background style “Graffiti Characters”. Additionally, it will be announced the winner of the competition “Destroy That Logos” which was held a while ago.
So, what are you waiting for? Download and enjoy Clash Of Characters for FREE here : http://bit.ly/1MdsHhX!
What happens when you spend a month living alone on an island in Maine with nothing but cardboard, scissors and gorgeous sunsets to play with? A lot of really awesome stuff. Photographer and artist John Marshall created a series entitled “Sunset Selfies” where Marshall turns simple cutouts into whimsical situations.
Interdisciplinary artist Deih XLF recently headed to Iceland last week to begin a mural project entitled “Wall Poetry.” Set up by Berlin based curators Urban Nation in association with the Iceland Airwaves Music Festival, the muralist got a chance to create a beautiful piece on the streets of Reykjavic, which was inspired by an audio artist’s song, quote, or poem.