Bad Taste magazine number 17 has kept it going in the same direction as its last issue. Aiming for a top quality layout, this edition possesses a book-like format, with hard covers and a heavyweight paper interior.
The issue begins with a short Hall of Fame section with a modest selection of fresh German style, and jumps straight into a section of Hamburg S-Trains. The repeated presence of Ghettoblaster Cosak is a bonus.
We return to Naples for a glimpse of what was to be seen during the 2015 edition of Back To The Style. Last year the event offered its visitors four murals of various invited artists, and this year they have amplified the mural section and presented quite much more material than the earlier editions.
Opening on Thursday, October 15th
Exhibition runs October 16th to December 4th, 2015
With a degree in Fine Arts and a passion for painting since childhood, Natalia tests different techniques and methods that fuse together with street art. The enormity of a wall seduces her and she unfurls storms of color onto them in return. She has been participating in the best festivals for several years now with her dreamlike, vibrant murals.
Five years is no small feat, and for that reason it was absolutely necessary that the Montana Shop Madrid prepare some kind of event to celebrate the occasion. Festeen 2015, the youth culture festival in Madrid, served as a platform for organizing a graffiti exhibition, a collaborative mural, and the MTN Speed Competition.
The wall by Persue and Kwest that we posted was just an appetizer and brought some attention to the Murals In The Market festival that took place in Detroit. It’s time to bring out the full course meal of productions that went down during this ambitious project organized by 1xRun, Inner State Gallery, and Eastern Market Corporation.
In September 2015, Murals in the Market will turn Detroit’s historic Eastern Market District into the epicenter of the city’s burgeoning public art movement. The inaugural festival invites dozens of world-class local and international artists to paint murals that embody the spirit of Detroit and deepen the market’s cultural legacy by transforming it into a must-see public art destination.
The fact that trains with pieces circulate throughout Naples doesn’t exactly mean it’s the same as painting a Hall of Fame. Writers who take part in this massive act know that a train is a train, and they have brought together people as diverse as Riam, Form76, Musik, or Skie. To the rhythm of rock; Speed and 94.