Graffiti artist Roice crushes with the best of them. In this short video the Spanish writer gets out to busy on a number of burners and throw ups. Peep the video after the jump!
Another nice piece by the infamous 123klan OGs Scien & Klor. This mural has since been covered with new stuff so if you didn’t see it back then, here’s your chance to see what it looked like.
The good people over at Spraying Bricks recently did a feature on our buddies and previous BBB publication featurees, Jarus and Dave Bonzai. In the latest instalment of their web series, SB follows around the Canadian and British artist while they complete a brilliant mural and also talk to them in depth about their creative practice. Also include is Alfeshco Dave, with music by Medison.
An introspective portrait of Heavy Metal connoisseur and artiste extraordinaire: NYCHOS. Invited by Openspace gallery in Paris to present his favorite drawings firstly made on huge murals over the last year, NYCHOS, took a break to put a bit of Hard Rock tones with a romantic twist in an industrial yet poetic site… Directed by Alexis DEFORGES | Edited by Gaelle DEGALLAIX & Alice DESSERTINE. Music by COLOR HAZE.
This new body of work centers on MEGGS’ recurring aesthetic of duality, which is an ongoing and underlying theme in all of his artwork. The ‘Paving Paradise’ pop up show is a small glimpse into a new focus of his work and features split images depicting natural purity vs. things that represent the decay and downfall of our environmental resources and mankind as a whole. MEGGS intends that his artworks reflect the Yin and Yang, or that two halves make up a whole.
Further artist statement, images and video after the jump!
Legendary graffiti writers Saber and Zes both recently teamed up on a mural in downtown Los Angeles. The writers worked side by side with their unique and expressive styles to bring together another brilliant and colourful mural entitled “Preseverare.” The people over at Chop Em Down Films got a chance to document the piece from start to finish. Take a look below!
“Inspired by his traveling salesman uncle, Jeremy Fish is drawn to the road like a river to the sea. On this three week journey we follow Jeremy and his trusted van Big Mike up the Pacific Northwest on the tail end of his 2010 summer tour that took him to galleries across Europe and the Southeast United States. Jeremy created unique paintings for each city on the tour, inspired by their heritage, and tells us about his own upbring and love of art as we travel through Portland Oregon and Seattle Washington.”