The Blankspot Project is a charity street art campaign by denkwerk Berlin and Montana under the patronage of AtomOne. This video is the making of of the first graffiti spot in Frankfurt, Germany with AtomOne and Can2.
Colossal Media and Sky High Murals have teamed up with fine/graffiti artist Greg Lamarche for their first installment of The Big Brush Project. The mural features falling letters in Lamarche’s signature collage aesthetic and was painted in a way that matches his process. The video depicts how Lamarche paints his murals letter by letter, instead of by section.
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!
To promote a range of brand new spray paint colors, Montana has invited some graffiti writers to test out one color each in this new video series entitled “VERSUS Project.” In this video, we’ve got the GFM crew uses the new color Violeta Geisha, using only black and white with it.
Hangfire is a UK based collective who does a variety of work in the arts community. Their newest edition to their repertoire is “The Hangerone Project”. This project has artists painting airplanes as big as commercial jets. The first video in the series is from Bristol based graffiti artist 45RPM.
This video kicks off Does‘ new project “Endless Perspectives”. The series documents Does traveling to several cities to paint canvasses incorporated into murals. These journeys were documented by cameraman Stephan Polman. Rube Parthoens helps to edit the footage and Blankeroy finds the perfect tune to match the respective city. The results of the project will be shown during an exhibition on April 5, 6 and 7 in Melbourne.
In the summer of 2012 graffiti and street artists from all over Canada took part in creating the country’s largest graffiti mural in Toronto, Ontario. At last, the video documentary about the project is out. The documentary is almost a half an hour and talks to a number of people who took part in bringing the project to fruition.