Recently the artist Zio Ziegle was contacted by United Nations to create a mural in memory of the organizations 70th anniversary. 1651 Broadway in Oakland, California, is the location of the wall which reaches 38 meters in height, and has been completely painted by hand with, among other spraycans, MTN TNT (our solidary product), which is the regular choice of product in Zio’s works.
Pixavi 5, the Graffiti Writers Meeting was held in May under the relentless Gandian sun (Spain), with Monduber and Montana Colors as collaborators. Being an event focused exclusively on graffiti writers and on igniting the joint collaboration of illegal graffiti writers, this edition was also attended by artists related to street art and murals.
As usual, the event hosted educational activities for creative development and the promotion of artistic interests, for both the young, and for the art lovers and general public.
We want to thank all the collaborators’ commitment to our project. The work by Montana Colors was exceptional, complete with master classes and smiling attendees.
Personally, we loved phrases like, “Dad, I want to paint trains”.
For those of you who couldn’t make it, this is what happened.
Frank Picazo. (more…)
The Campo Viejo adventure in street art seems endless, fortunately. In the latest production, “Street of Colour Dublin”, Naomi and Alex Quinn took charge of filming this fabulous video that testifies to how Okuda‘s style caused sensations in the streets of the Irish capital. Once again, MTN Water Based 300 was the tool of choice.
When creative architecture and urban art finds a meeting point the result can be quite spectacular.
This is the case in this last intervention by the German artist 1010 for the ‘Life Is Beautiful‘ festival in Downtown Las Vegas, all thanks to the commissary of Just Kids. We see a building with a tryptic facade, located in the financial area of Nevada’s biggest city, have its peculiar structure become the surface for a enormous piece in the surprising style of 1010 with a incredible three-dimensional effect.
In November 2014, the ‘Spielraum’ exhibition took place in an abandoned paper factory in Braunschwig, Germany. After the exhibition which was attended by graffiti artists from all over Germany, there was a closing party with show included.
The local group, UPC, composed of Kube, Boons, Trap, Salty, Blast, and Pain held an exhibition, painting in one of the warehouses where the party took place. The group also designed some t-shirts, sweatshirts, and prints for the occasion. This video attests what happened between these walls that have been worn down by time.
MTN GmbH gave us this material.