Various works from Mexican street artist Sego. The artist uses the dual names of Ovbal for his abstract style and Sego for his hyper-detailed organic style.
As you may know, POW! WOW! has branched out to a new event in Taiwan where dozens of street arts best invaded in the best way possible. With artists like MADSTEEZE, RONE, APEX and INSA to name a short few, you know it’s going to be a good one. Brandon Shigeta and Vincent Ricafort got some good coverage down for StreetArtNews.
Montreal-based Simon Landry has recently come up with an idea to bring street-art and sightseeing together. With a brand new Kickstarter campaign, Landry is looking to bring his street-art project “Graffmap” to a mobile app. With Graffmap, you can search for nearby art or see what’s new around the world. Share your discoveries and be part of the street art community. Go check out the Graffmap Kickstarter to get the full scoop and throw some money their way to try and bring this thing to fruition.
Hyper Island Students Caio Andrade, Rafael Ochoa & Linn Livijn Wexell have put together a brilliant street-art campaign using the Apple alert that says “Not Available on the App Store.” Reminding not only children, but all of us that there’s a world beyond technology and social media. It’s also ironic that we’re posting this because if you were enjoying the great outdoors, you wouldn’t see this post. The stickers are also available for purchase!
Our good friend Beth Zener has recently been jet setting all over the world. She gave us a recent update in her travels with some incredible street art from Georgetown, Malaysia. Some of the most impressive and innovative street art in the world it seem. A shame it doesn’t get as much play.
The Helix is extremely proud to present ‘The Kelpies’, a video by award winning filmmaker Walid Salhab documenting Scottish artist Andy Scott‘s 100ft large sculpture of the same name. Using a unique hyperlapse technique, this video features footage captured within a live construction site. Filming under these conditions using the hyperlapse technique is close to impossible.