Kuine Xi creates incredible paintings with depth, expression and movement. Little did we know these paintings are based off of photographs that are just as exciting. Here we have the light/figure images that inspire his paintings.
“I can’t dance. I can’t in my room, nor in a club, let alone any kind of stage. Whenever I am forced to try, I stumble or freeze or drink enough to disappear. However, this time, for the first time, I found myself actively involved in dancing – even if by using someone else’s body.” – Nir Arieli
A beautiful and scenic video by slyae33 of NKO painting a chrome burner in the forest. If you’re a writer, you know how meditative and soothing these spots truly are.
NYCHOS is increasingly becoming more and more well known throughout the international graffiti community and it’s undoubtedly well deserved. Here’s a video presented by Rabbiteye Movement of a solid interview with the man himself talking about the evolution of his practise and also taking a look at his working space in Vienna, Austria.
“Rabbiteye Movement Presents a little Flashback of 2012 of The Lords, The Weird, Sobekcis and the Jukebox Cowboys.All of them have been collaborating on walls this year quite a lot”.- Rabbit Eye Movement