Infamous British graffiti artist Aroe of the MSK and HA crews was hired to paint some shipping containers for a community housing project. However, in order to coincide with the installations of the containers he was on a serious time constraint and got some help from some homies.
“My art is a passionate reaction to the dehumanising effects of 21st century life, offering a satirical examination of fractured identity in a culture where the relentless pursuit for fame and material pleasures becomes aligned with an ominous sense of looming mortality.” – Jonny Burt
Unfortunately, we don’t know too much about the artist “SLIKS”. We understand he’s British and he creates super awesome and expressive mural work all done in spray paint. The colour and size just jumps out at the viewer and if you know anything more and can let us know that would be fantastic.
Ahead of the Italian leg of their “Forms and Spaces” Project with Recoat Gallery, Mark Lyken and Teo Moneyless collaborate once again, creating a monster wall over 5 days for The Canals Project in Hackney Wick, London. Filmaker Gordon Beswick captures the process.
A documentary about New England, vandalism, and an obsession with trains. Year-round Metal Enjoyment follows several freight train graffiti artists into a world of steel and spray while exploring the Northeast’s many ties to the railroad earth. With over a year and a half of shooting (and rising), more than a dozen interviews from some of the area’s most notorious artists, as well as railfans and workers, Mint Films gives an in-depth look into this obscure and elusive world.
Marc Gooderham is an artist we recently got in contact with and let us know about his series of paintings on the streets of London with the fitting name “London Paintings”. They’re definitely super amazing and talented. They capture the cityscape and the graffiti within it.
“See No Evil is The UK’s largest permanent street art project. A huge outdoor gallery showcasing some of the world’s leading outdoor artists on Nelson Street in the city of Bristol, England. Back for a second year, bigger and better. Artists selected this year included Mark Bode, Cheo, Kuildoosh, Stik, Dones, Soker, Sickboy, Werc, Andy Council, Vyal One, She one and many more. Big thanks to Inkie, Mike Bennett, Bristol City Council and Team Love. Produced by Ozuki Films and Timc.tv.” Ozuki Films
“The huge bow sections of The Fun Ship at Llanerch-y-Mor have been covered with two impressive graffiti murals. The Duke of Lancaster, which has been at the North Wales site since 1979 is now an even more unique structure to see.” – DuDug.co.uk