Parisian artist Horfee celebrates his first exhibition in North America, “CHAOS PAYS” at New Image Art in Los Angeles, California. Video by Steven Andrew Garcia you can watch it and more phtoos after the jump!
HORFEE – CHAOS PAYS -
NEW IMAGE ART GALLERY
September 27 – October 18, 2014
7920 Santa Monica Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90046
Australian graffiti artist SOFLES is back again with another video. This time around he’s crushing a wall in his signature colour and flare style. The video is shot and edited by Selina Miles and meant to show the process of the artist from a variety of angles. Video after the jump!
Previous BBB interviewee and infamous Kiwi graffiti and fine artist ASKEW ONE was recently interviewed by If These Walls Could Talk. In this webisode Elliot “Askew” O’Donnell discusses operating across the worlds of Graffiti and Art, his interest in the discussion around contemporary pacific identity, and the challenges of prioritizing his art practice ahead of commercial opportunities.
Street artist Alexandre Monteiro or as you may know him “Hopare” recently stopped by Eastern Europe to paint a new piece in Estonia. Utilizing his signature portrait style he paints a realistic face of a woman, with features covered and obscured by various colorful lines and shapes.
It is with great pleasure to present to you one of the most impressive instalments of our publication featuring an unbelievably stacked line up such as Kevin Cyr, James “DALEK” Marshall, Sam Rodriguez, JARUS, Dave BONZAI, EWOK [MSK/HM], MADSTEEZ & Alexis Diaz. Click the image or right HERE.
Spanish street artist SpY recently arrived in France where he was invited to paint for the latest edition of their Nuit Blanche festival. Here’s what SpY had to say about the piece
“The letters were painted with phosphorescent paint that is replenished throughout the day by the light of the sun as well as by spotlights placed in front of the building. After the lights are fully charged, they shine brightly on their own once night falls.” -SpY
Chicago based graffiti artist Amuse126 recently stood tall amongst the rooftops on Lawrence Ave. to paint an insane burner that’s seen by tons of people in cars and boats. Some great documentation by Keath Sodapop is available to watch the video after the jump!