We are back with our 24th instalment of Bizarre Beyond Belief Magazine, which includes image features from Jeff Mancilla, BIP, Sasha Blot, Sabek and interviews with Ernest Doty, Dee Skulls, MEDIAH, SHOK and Mear One. Click on the image or link HERE to read for free.
We are back with yet another amazing edition of our online magazine, issue number 23. This publication includes image features from Skape289, Solero, “Reset” group exhibition at Athen B. Gallery, and interviews with Dan Hampe, Denial, Ruffpup Flykidd, Skor and Rafael Sliks.
Click on the image of follow this link HERE to read for free.
Our friends and graffiti aritsts – Dethrock, Getso, Loke and Stonr have formed to make the Chiller Vibes team and recently hooked up to crush a convenience store inspired mural out in the middle of nowhere entitled “Storefront Rock”.
We are back yet again with a new edition of our digital publication. The 22nd instalment of Bizarre Beyond Belief Magazine includes image features with Woolly Goat and Love Letter Projects alongside interviews with Andre Kan, Dean Reynolds, Edit TVC, Imon, Sege One and Nemco. Read HERE for free or click the image!
We’re so close to the unveiling of our curated group show “Transcendence” at #Hashtag Gallery in Toronto and in light of that we’re showing off a little sneak peak to the goods. Head out to the gallery at 830 Dundas Street West any time after 7:00pm EST, you won’t be disappointed.
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We are super excited to announce that we will be curating a show this month at Hashtag Gallery in Toronto entitled “Transcendence”. The show featuring a handful of our favourite artists will be on view from August 18th, 2016 – September 4th, 2016 and will have an opening night on August 20th, 2016. Check the flyer below for details!
Graffiti artists Bacon, Baezr, Getso and Sight1 teamed up on a new mural on the streets of Toronto. The quartet blended styles, imagery and patterns to create a mosaic like piece in the famous Graffiti Alley around the Queen West neighbourhood.
The video that documented the action was shot and cut by Brian Smith with musical score produced by Toronto’s own The Green Benches.
Special thanks to:
Layers of Rush Lane
The Laneway Projects
Queen West BIA
Garment District Neighbourhood Association
Wellington Place Neighbourhood Association
Joe Cressy City Councillor Ward 20 Trinity-Spadina