Truly Design – Anamorphic Zeus Mural

Truly Design recently got busy on an incredible anamorphic mural of Zeus for #StreetArt at the EDF Electropolis Museum in Mulhouse Cedex, France. Going from the ceiling to the walls, this graphic piece literally pops off the wall.

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Mr. Dheo – 2013 Tour

Mr. Dheo was out and about again and got some more footage. From weird ass tv clips to some very gnarly burners this video has a ton of fun in it. Makes us want to go on tour!

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DOES – Does Warehouse

As part of project ‘DOES does’ DOES searches for crazy ‘DOES does’ spots all over the world. In this episode DOES ended up in Heerlen, a city in the deep south of Holland. The colouring and flavour of DOES brought back life to the grey and industrial environment that was once a Philips factory. Just when you thought DOES couldn’t do that, he did…just because he can. Get it? Can! With special thanks to C-Mill and Ironlak. Camera & editing | Simon Bus + Music | Subp Yao.

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NotGuilty – Dutch Nights 2013

Midas, founder of UK train zine NotGuilty, documented his spraycation with Milf, Fboy and Guidor for his video entitled “Dutch Nights 2013.” Filmed and edited by Midas himself and featuring a nice soundtrack from Bonobo, this video has some serious steel getting crushed.

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Kyle Hughes-Odgers x dirtyface x CADS Sheffield

Dirtyface documented Australian artist Kyle Hughes-Odgers (aka Creepy) as he worked on a large scale mural in Sheffield, U.K. Hughes-Odgers, generally known for his abstract character illustrations and paintings, the artist spent 3 days on the project at CADS. Appropriately, the video also coincides with the release of a limited edition t-shirt from Kyle Hughes-Odgers which can be purchased directly from Dirtyface here.

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Stompdown Killaz – Keep6 x Snak The Ripper

Some of the boys from notorious Canadian graffiti crew, SDK (Stompdown Killaz) in association with Ephin, are back. Snak The Ripper and Keep6 freshen up a bridge with their signature style and with Snak himself on the track for the video.

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