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In this awesome video “Le Tagueur Fou” by an online magazine which goes by the name of Lundi Matin (Monday Morning), we have different artists at work using the most minimal of elements such as markers and rollers and creating work on buildings telling the general public their real thoughts. Such as “Fuck Off Google” and “Hail Satan” among others. Watch the video after the jump!

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The seventeenth instalment of Bizarre Beyond Belief contains interviews and image features from Tags&Throws, Dulk, Ella & Pitr, Steam156, Swet, Okuda, Felipe Pantone, Adnate, Dems and Fintan Magee. Click the image or HERE to read the entire issue for free!

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We here at BBB recently teamed up with the extremely popular Canadian graffiti website, forum and store Bombing Science to bring to you graffiti interviews from our digital publication straight to their blog. A couple times a month we’re going to feature interviews both from current and back issues, so you can get a chance to read words from some of your favourite writers. The first one up is our man SOTEN from Denmark from BBB Issue #16. Head on over to the Bombing Science website to read it full HERE.


We here at BBB would just like to wish everyone a Happy Festivus and a donation has been made in your name to the Human Fund because of this joyous occasion. But to whatever you celebrate; Christmas, Hannukah, Kwanza or anything else, we wish you the happiest of holidays to you, your friends and your family!


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.


French street artist Blek Le Rat is known as the father of stencil graffiti, a name he has earned through years of spray painting unforgettable figures on walls across the globe. In the early ’80s, Blek became one of the first street artists in Paris, known for his iconic rat stencil. His stencil technique has since been adopted by some of the biggest names in graffiti and street art today, including Brooklyn-based brothers Icy and Sot as well as Banksy. In fact, Banksy once said, “Every time I think I’ve painted something slightly original, I find out that Blek le Rat has done it as well, only 20 years earlier.”

In the video interview conducted by Complex Magazine, Blek names Banksy as one of the contemporary artists he admires along with Shepard Fairey and Swoon. He also talks about what drives him to paint the streets at night, the origin of his graffiti name, and the hardships artists working in his medium face. Follow Blek through the subways and street corners of New York in the video above.

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