Calligraphy artist Ian Barnard has created a brilliant video of typographic works using only our favourite ingredients. From Broccoli to Chilli Peppers Barnard’s perfectly lettering shows us as he says: “Showing that you don’t need expensive tools to do calligraphy. Actually anything will do!” What the video after the click.
The Puerto Rican based film producer Tostfilms focuses on the documentation of urban art in the process. The artist Mario E. Ramirez Capellá travels to different parts of the world for documenting urban space interventions with urban artists to capture the moment of creating art and to appreciate different perspectives. Recently, TostFilms held an exhibition by David Zayas entitled “”Murālis: exposicion de muralismo contemporáneo” which was dedicated to displaying the beauty of mural arts indoors. Watch a process video of the exhibition after the jump.
“October Sequence Tree is basically a piece of art, but in multiple forms – print, film, installation. How it came about was that one day i decided to get a copper plate, damage it in a playfully fun way via skateboarding, then print out all the activity it endured through a drypoint printmaking process. i documented what i did and made a short film about skateboarding, art, and process. and yes, it was edited in the sequence it was filmed.” –Arthur Lugauskas
This Thursday, July 9th at 2pm, Plus de Couleurs will be presenting the programming for the Teenage Kicks Street Art Festival which will be taking place in Nantes, Rennes et Saint-Malo in the coming months. The work to be presented is exceptionally gifted and if you’re in these areas during the festival be sure to check it out. Peep the video teaser to see some sweet footage.
Element Tree and Art Primo are pleased to present “Yard Work” feat. DISTORT. Now anyone that is familiar with Distorts work knows that we produces in your face art both on walls and in galleries.
His work reflects society and current events through unmasked content that can be breathtaking and eye opening all at once. This particular video is a piece based on the current police brutality issues
that sworm our televisions and social media everyday. The video was powered by Art Primo and Flame. Watch the results of the session after the jump!