We are very excited to announce “Recognition”, an award ceremony and event dedicated to Toronto’s infamous Graffiti Alley. Join us December 2nd at 8pm at Toronto Collective (289 Spadina Ave) to experience a night of epic proportions featuring an award donation, live painting by graffiti artists Bacon and Sight, DJ sets by Grouch and Taktiks, and more.
Our friend and graffiti legend BATES has unveiled the information for his latest solo exhibition titled “Stealing The Moment” at Art Is A Four Letter Word Gallery. The show runs from December 2nd until February 3rd of next year. The opening is set for this Saturday, so if you’re in Soest, Germany be sure to check it out.
Our friends over at Truly Design recently sent over a new project they just wrapped up that looks incredible good and also beneficial for those who use it. Peep more photos after the jump and here’s what the collective says about the project:
“In the past weeks we’ve been working on heaps of projects but this one haps perhaps been the most satisfying.
OIRM, Ospedale Infantile Regina Margherita, is among the most advanced health facilities focused on child care in Italy and is based in Turin, our hometown.
Before this experience, we could only imagine how much a MRI scan machine could be uncomfortable with its obnoxious noise, but we had no real idea of how scary it was for the hospital’s young guests.
So, we were invited by Fondazione Forma ONLUS to decorate the waiting room, the hallway, and the examination room, creating a rich world of colors and characters, in order to distract children and soothe their anxiety before the exam, as this helps hospital staff reduce medication needed to keep the children calm and still during the exam.
The MRI machine is now a starship ready to transport the kids through their challenging trip: we were glad to see some of them smile while leaving the room!”
Our friend Dulk just sent over some pictures of his latest wall titled “Le Renard et le Corbeau”, painted in Saint Dié des Vosges (France) with the support of Galerie 36e Art. The mural is located in a mountain region of France and it’s based in a interpretation of one of the fables of the famous french writer Jean de la Fontaine, “Le Renard et le Corbeau”. More flicks after the click!