Faile – “Savage/Sacred Young Minds” @ Brooklyn Museum

FAILE, a Brooklyn-based collaboration between artists Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller, raises questions about our relationship to consumer culture, religious traditions, and the urban environment by blurring the boundaries between fine art, street art, and popular culture. More info and images after the jump!

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Cheone – Negative Graffiti

Street artist Caiffa Cosimo, better known by his alias Cheone, recently completed some new works entitled “Negative Graffiti.” The series of realistic and imaginative characters brilliantly interact with their surroundings and the people who inhabit them.

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Aakash Nihalani – Projections

Aakash Nihalani is a multidisciplinary artist probably best known for his playful masking tape illusions and has just completed a new body of work called Projections. In this new endeavour, Nihalani’s cubic designs are projected onto a white wall, becoming an interactive canvas for the viewer. Using new technologies such as coding and motion software, a sensor picks up the viewer’s hand movement and allows the viewer to manipulate the overall look of the piece.

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Sofles – Graffiti Mapped

On Saturday the 21st of February, Sofles – Graffiti Mapped premiered at Melbourne’s largest cultural festival, White Night Melbourne. Attended by over 500,000 people and running from 7pm – 7am, the festival takes over Melbourne’s CBD for a one night only artistic extravaganza. Much more info, images and video after the jump!

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SMART CREW – Transforms SIXTY SoHo

SMART CREW members DCEVE, SNOEMAN, ELMO and others transform the SIXTY SoHo lobby over several days prior to the hotel’s renovation; creating an interactive graffiti landscape and the beginning of SIXTY SoHo’s re-imagining until destroying the entire landscape with sledgehammers.

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