We’re sure you know all about one of our favourite graffiti/street artists Digital Does of the Love Letters Crew. On top of that, considering all of our recent posts, we’re sure you also know all about his “Endless Perspectives” project, which is coming up very soon. Here’s another video installation of his tour and preparation of the project. This particular video takes place in Paris, France. Video after the jump!
The man Digital Does of the Love Letters Crew is back with another one of his video instalments for “Endless Perspectives”. Does is back in perfect form and doesn’t stray away from the earlier videos. He’s always guaranteed to please.
Commuter trains? Check. Tons of fire extinguishers loaded with spray paint? Check. A group of naked guy and girl hardcore vandals? Check. This video is a must see on all accounts. There’s no introduction to do it justice. Just watch. Video after the jump.
Mark Lyken is undoubtedly one of our favourite artists and individuals that we’ve met throughout this journey. Unbelievably receptive and beyond talented. Here’s his interview from our 4th issue, if you haven’t already read it.
We’re absolutely positive you know who Tracy Emin is if you follow this blog. She’s been a prominent art figure for a number of years and of course a huge factor in feminist activism as well. These neon light sculptures are easily our favourite piece of what she’s created.
“I’m a human being and I don’t believe in borders. I think the world belongs to everyone born on Earth. This is my planet, our planet. No man is an island. Yes, I was born on Cuba but, above all, I was born on Planet Earth. I like to think that Lana Sutra talks about universal love which cancels diversity.” – Erik Ravelo
Part2ism has a new show coming up entitled “New Horizons & Future Love Songs” in London at the Red Gallery, 1-3 Rivington Street. Here’s what REMI/ROUGH had to say about the artist, “He is one of the most important artists of his generation and has influenced every single graffiti artist you see who paints photo realistically… And now his work has gone to the extremes of the avant-garde.”