What better way to spend your weekend than to watch the World Cup and read the new issue Bizarre Beyond Belief. With one of our most exciting issues to date, don’t forget to have a read in between all of the sports, patios and beer! Read it HERE or click on image.
We are very pleased to announce an unbelievably stacked line-up for issue lucky NUMBER 13. With artists from all corners of the world such as graffiti BATES, NYCHOS, BUFF MONSTER, BIAS & fine-artists Vladimir Kraynyk and Simon Birch, a feature on Malaysian street-art by Beth Zener & a recap of Montreal’s Mural Festival by Naz Goshtasbpour. With a line-up like this it should come as no shock this issue is second to none. Click the image or HERE to view.
MURAL will muster over 35 local and international artists over 2 km of open-air market on Saint-Laurent Boulevard, closed to traffic for the occasion. The festival will showcase the creation of near 20 unique murals which will redefine the Main’s image for the next year. Every night during the festival, a special event will be held that will enable attendees to gather in a different location in order to continue the creative celebrations.
As an international public art festival bound to the celebration of creativity and the democratisation of urban art, MURAL will transform for a week the Saint-Laurent Boulevard into a real open-air museum where local and international artists will unite their talents in the most creative manners.
Unique rendezvous to the American North East, the annual event gathers the visual arts avant-garde in order to consecrate Montreal as an essential artistic pole in North America.
Last year, MTN Colors released the first part of the MTN Diaries 2. They’ve come out with their second documentary “Hardcore 13”. Once again the MTN crew are taking the movie away from the galleries and onto the european metro systems. From train yards in Athens and Milan to street bombing, this video is all hardcore graff and no legal business.
The 13th instalment of the Grafitismo video series is here. This time it follows the CMS/OCR in a Maastricht train yard.