Our main man Justin Guenet recently rocked a fresh tribute to his beloved hockey team the Montreal Canadiens. Painted clean and crisp on the streets of his native Montreal, peep the video below for documentation.
Shalak Attack & Bruno Smoky are two of the most talented street artists I have every come to know and some of the most beautiful people to work with and it was a pleasure to have them in Kelowna and bringing in some of their colours and imagery which come from within and leaves a piece of them behind for us all to enjoy.
Montreal graffiti legend Stare NME recently relaesed a new video of a recent mural he did. The wall was entirely painted with the new Montana waterbased spray paint and latex wich lead to some new and interesting tehcniques. Beyond the painting itself, the video holds a lot of interesting and innovative techniques and overlays. Peep the science below!
The good people over at A’Shop recently completed their massive mural installation and exhibition at the Container Yard in Los Angeles. Entitled “Degrees of Perfect,” graffiti artists Dodo Ose, OG Slick, Bacon, Zek156 and the 123Klan created a number of incredible pieces on a sophisticated machine presented by Lennox. Peep the video below!
Alexendra Henry has recently unveiled a new Kickstart campaign in regards to an upcoming film entitled “Street Heroines.” Street Heroines is a documentary film on the courage and creativity of female graffiti & street artists from around the world. More info and links after the jump!
Alexandra Henry is a filmmaker and for the past three and a half years she has been documenting female graffiti and street artists to capture their collective voice and experiences within the global street art movement- a place where women have received little recognition for their contributions.
If you have the ability to shell out some cash to the campaign, we highly suggest you do. Follow the link HERE or above and peep the trailer below!
Graffiti artists Bacon, Baezr, Getso and Sight1 teamed up on a new mural on the streets of Toronto. The quartet blended styles, imagery and patterns to create a mosaic like piece in the famous Graffiti Alley around the Queen West neighbourhood.
Special thanks to:
Layers of Rush Lane
The Laneway Projects
Queen West BIA
Garment District Neighbourhood Association
Wellington Place Neighbourhood Association
Joe Cressy City Councillor Ward 20 Trinity-Spadina
Graffiti and fine artist Belin creates unbelievable hyperrealistic portrait work using only spray paint cans. The Spanish aerosol artist recently completed a new piece entitled “Alba” and documented the whole process. Peep the craziness below!