“Everybody Street” illuminates the lives and work of New York’s iconic street photographers and the incomparable city that has inspired them for decades. The documentary pays tribute to the spirit of street photography through a cinematic exploration of New York City, and captures the visceral rush, singular perseverance and at times immediate danger customary to these artists.
The dudes at Element Tree and Art Primo are at it again. This time the video is filmed and edited by Deep Water Serske Sun and has got graffiti writer ACROE getting up around town with some classy hand-styles.
BBB Issue 8 interviewee, Marc Gooderham, has a new limited edition print show at Town House in London. The show “Stories Of The Street: Faded Grandeur, is a show comprised of a number of prints of his urban London landscapes and is set to end on July 21st. So get out there, show some support and buy some fantastic work by an excellent artist.
Born in Shibuya, Tokyo in 1984. Meguru Yamaguchi currently works and lives in Brooklyn, New York. Growing up in culture hub of Tokyo, Shibuya, Japan, He was influenced by Japanese animations and manga such as “Dragon Ball,” “Akira” and Tokyo Street Culture. His artworks are rendered by numerous layers of different collages, sprays, acrylics and plastics. His unique “cut and paste” technique of color paints is reminiscent of Hip-Hop samplings from 70’s to the present day.
On Jerome Street in London an anonymous street artist decided to play a game with the city which (literally) tells a story to the viewer. This “Once Upon A Time” story forced both the artist and the cleaners to work as a team to complete it. After each line from the artist was removed a new one would be put back on. Read it and enjoy!
Robert Montgomery is an artist who likes to share his views and in a big way. His typographic street installations are captivating and powerful. These recycled sunlight pieces truly have the viewer stop, read and reflect.
Graffiti and street-artist, HOZOI, recently went to Africa and used a Mosaic technique to create this graffiti piece. After a lot of hard work and help, we believe he’s the first artist to create a mosaic graffiti burner.
This Riviera Ducati SS 2011 Commissioned by a private collector in 2011 to high end motorcycle creator Walt Siegl. In his own words: “Before I started this bike I looked at a lot of NCR racebikes from the 70′s. Their simplicity and rawness really impress me. I had the problem of having to build a street bike for this customer, so I had to comb the bike a bit in order to adapt it to its intended use.”