In collaboration with the IAM gallery, Kenor has released his latest series of screen prints in a 20 pieces limited edition. A perfect moment to get deeper on the conceptual origins of this artist from Barcelona.
The abstract geometries that characterize the work of Catalan artist Kenor are always the result of the visual interpretation of the music that motivates his creative action: techno, and more specifically Detroit techno.
“An abstract, fascinating techno which originates and evolves… Detroit“.
Egowar continues with their enviable periodicity. Always faithful to their strict metros only politics, and now the Italian based magazine is back with their 11th issue.
This time they bring us down into 23 different metro systems during the journey of its 68 pages, where we also can find four different special reports.
Montana Shop Sevilla has the pleasure to invite you all to ‘Vapor Palmera‘, an individual expo by the artist Osier from the same city. The show, which has been commissioned by La Feria De Mi Niña, opens its doors on the 26th of March at the headquarters of LAB.
Graffiti writer and artist Osier is the beholder of a style in his illustrations which mixes freshness with naivety and simplicity which sometimes might remind us of avant-garde art together with a raw form of graffiti. We have to mention, as we can see in this clip, that his selection of materials is dominated by Montana Colors products.
Escif has shared with us the photos of his las project that can be visited on c/ Corona, in Valencia (Spain), until tomorrow, March 19th. On this date, following Fallas tradition, the installation will be burn.
The origin of Fallas, according to the popular version, told us that it was originated by carpenter’s union. On the eve of their Patron’s day, they burn up shavings and all that excess into a purifying fire; reaching a good cleaning of their workshops before Spring comes. The clever Valencian artist uses the celebration to make a deep reflection through an audacious action full of irony. (more…)
Taking advantage of his trip to Barcelona, the young, Canadian graffiti artist, Jarus, came by the Montana Colors facilities accompanied by Treze from Barcelona. It was a great opportunity for both of them to try out the MTN Water Based 300, and to top off the experiment, they painted on top of the peculiar MTN Puzzl6 surface. Here, we present a video in which the two magicians intervene on both sides of the same surface, with two styles that are just as different as they are personal, yet they converge harmoniously.
When you have a real urge for painting it doesn’t matter if it is the best wall in town or a dirty wall in the countryside. Just check out this video of french graffiti artist Reso during his visit to the Jardin Rouge in Morocco. The title “Bomb The Casbah” is just a bonus in the form of parody of a certain song by The Clash.