Roadsworth is a Montreal based street artist who creates brilliant street art intervention work. Using the cityscape as his terrain and a strong sense of strategy, Roadsworth arms himself with a stencil to humorously transform the way we look at our everyday road usage.
Art director Alfredo Adan has taken his creative vision to the streets by creating Walk Bump. Walk Bump is essentially a recreated cross walk button that you fist bump before you cross instead of pressing a button. It’s only in Los Angeles now as far as we know, but we could definitely give daps before crossing the street up in the 6ix.
“Everybody Street” illuminates the lives and work of New York’s iconic street photographers and the incomparable city that has inspired them for decades. The documentary pays tribute to the spirit of street photography through a cinematic exploration of New York City, and captures the visceral rush, singular perseverance and at times immediate danger customary to these artists.
BBB Issue 8 interviewee, Marc Gooderham, has a new limited edition print show at Town House in London. The show “Stories Of The Street: Faded Grandeur, is a show comprised of a number of prints of his urban London landscapes and is set to end on July 21st. So get out there, show some support and buy some fantastic work by an excellent artist.
Born in Shibuya, Tokyo in 1984. Meguru Yamaguchi currently works and lives in Brooklyn, New York. Growing up in culture hub of Tokyo, Shibuya, Japan, He was influenced by Japanese animations and manga such as “Dragon Ball,” “Akira” and Tokyo Street Culture. His artworks are rendered by numerous layers of different collages, sprays, acrylics and plastics. His unique “cut and paste” technique of color paints is reminiscent of Hip-Hop samplings from 70’s to the present day.