Our good friends over at Pangeaseed recently unveiled their latest instalment of Seawalls: Murals for Oceans last week. This time around they went back to Miami, Florida where they teamed up with a number of incredible artists to paint with a purpose. See their latest activations along with artist statements after the jump.
This month, as part of Project 12+1’s second year running, Contorno Urbano is showing a mural by Roc Blackblock, a well known Catalan artist who specialises in stenciling; an artistic technique often used in graffiti using paint and one or more stencils cut by the artist. Defining himself as an ‘all terrain’ artist, Roc Blackblock is as comfortable painting on walls as he is on paper, canvas, in digital formats, or even on skin — he also works as an illustrator and tattoo artist. More images and info after the jump!
Graffiti artist Jan Is De Man recently created a new mural installation at the Skatepool Griftpark. He designed and discussed his plans with the local skaters. Using matte non-slip paint, so the skaters don’t slide out and design elements help indicate where the turns and verticals are. Peep more the flicks after the jump!
Infamous graffiti/fine artist RETNA recently made his way out to Mexico City to crush a gigantic new mural. Invited by The Beauty Project México the LA based mural artist painted his distinct script at the Cuauhtemoc building in the Tlatelolco neighborhood on a 21 story high twin structured building.
Our friends over at PangeaSeed have teamed up with mural artist Cryptik for a new print release entitled “Ahimsa”. The print measures 14 x 19 Inches and is a limited Edition of 60 plus 5 Artist Proofs each which are signed, numbered, and stamped and features embossed gold foil stamping on 350 GSM Natural White and Epic Black Cover. More info and images after the jump!
In June 2016, Guido van Helten travelled to Laguardia (Spain) and starts his beautiful project at Solar de Samaniego‘s winery. Guido Van Helten’s artistic intervention in Laguardia is his first work in Spain. It is the result of his interpretation of our project Beber Entre Líneas (Drink Between the Lines), the fusion between literature and the culture of wine.
The project is inspired by the vineyard La Escobosa, that back in the 18th century belonged to the renowned Spanish writer Félix María de Samaniego. Video directed, shot and edited by Edgar Lledó along with other flicks after the jump!