Trends, digitization and community are the concepts in focus in this production made by Karl Addison and Jarus for the ‘Art On the Beltline‘ project which is held in Atlanta, Unites States. It is not the first time we get to see these two artists working together, and the complexity and flow between the two is quite clear through the manifestation of this piece titled “Avatar”, a tale about our digital personalities and identities.
The first sketchbook designed and produced specifically to meet the needs of graffiti writers.
With 200 pages of acid free paper, the new MTN Books are ideal for colouring and sketching with pencil, pen, or any type of marker, including water or alcohol based markers.
They both have a protective hard cover and include an elastic strap, providing a better seal and greater longevity for your creations, despite the passing of time.
-Two options of different specialized paper
-Inside pockeT (more…)
To round up before the weekend we brought you this video with the artist Zezão. We get to follow this São Paulo artist during the making of one of his pieces. Only the Portuguese speaking can understand whats said in the interview, but its really worth your while just seeing what Zezão goes through with when he goes to work by doing his thing.
Location: Violence (Valencia, Spain)
Active since: 2005
Favorite surface: wall
Personal motivation: Leave the mark you are here. (more…)
During the 16th and 17th of September, the Upaint street art festival was held at the central plaza of the Paris-Est Créteil University. In the second edition of this event, the artist roster included the likes of, Goddog, Opera Graphiks, Mina Hamada, Zosen, 2Shy and Pablito Zago; different artists with different styles that blended very well together.