Jan Is De Man – Skatepool Griftpark

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!

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Retna – New Mural in Mexico City

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.

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Chiller Vibes Crew – Railway Vibes

The Chiller Vibes Crew (comprising of Getso, Loke, Dethrock and Stonr) are back again with a new mural in Toronto. The new piece entitled “Railway Vibes” includes special guest BirdO and is located in the Junction neighbourhood. More images and video after the jump!

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Said Dokins – New Street Art Work

Said Dokins recently sent over a number of new street art pieces that he completed around the globe including France, Germany, Ecuador and Mexico. Peep some of the new science after the jump!

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Said Dokins ‘Die verborgene Schrift’, 2016. IBUg Street Art Festival, Limbach Germany. Photo: Patrick Richter

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Bizarre Beyond Belief Magazine – Issue #23

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.

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Lokiss – Mixed Media Installations

LOKISS –Multi‐sided artist, lives and works in France. He is one of the pioneers in the European graffiti culture, as well as one of the main actors of its esthetic renewal. Under his alias Vincent Elka, his work mainly utilises new media and video.

His work has been displayed in a number of Paris galleries, including the Lavignes Bastille, Bailly, and Celal galleries. Since his work extends on such a wide variety of media formats, viewers the public was also able to discover his work at the Vasarely Foundation (France), at the Rotterdam Film Festival, or at the Elektra Festival in Montreal.

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