- The aggressive change, the somersault and the spacial jump, the dissolve of the tradition, admitting the interested appropriation.
-The seek of accuracy through estimation.
- The use of computers as an efficient element of the arts in order to introduce complex and accurate dimensions.
- The will of bringing spaces closer: Internet’s fractal aspects with its infinite relations and developments. The use of it as a space for exhibition, divulgation, and creation.
- The contribution of new systems in the knowledge of perceptual phenomena.
- The stimulus of interpretations, creating in the spectator a state of active participation.
- The production of improbable shapes, avoiding any predictable order.
-The incorporation in the pictorial space of uncertainty and surprise, instability and displacement. Improvisation, immediate solution, and wrongful appropriation in the public space.
- The inducement of the sensorial capacity through the projection of states, at times precise, ordered, and geometrical, other times chaotic, unstable, and liquid. To impress in art a rationalist and ordered vision that incorporates chance and the motion of the madding ultradynamic chaos.
- Sharp shapes, structures that offer an aggressive-active expression. Leaning directions that give figures a dynamic stability.
- The creation of rational work, bridge between art and science, in which the non-rational self is less interesting than the intention to arrange the impetus of the world through geometry, utilizing the creative exercise as a source of knowledge.
- Graffiti as the ultimate ism, consistent with the liquid modernity, with its transitory relations and its disposable and ephemeral condition.
- The intention to capture the velocity and the enormous ultradynamic information.
- The constant allusion to future and cosmos, through shape and concept, as an element of thrust towards the aforesaid. The reference to omnipresence and the aspiration to it through graffiti.
- The exaltation of the eternal omnipresent velocity, driving force of the absolute.
‘Ulatradynamism’ is the name they have chosen for this movement whose fiveteen points gives form to a concept influenced by technology, futurism and space, and in which we can see different techniques of design, sculpture, pictorial art and graffiti.
It is true that that the type of graffiti which represents the two, of first class by the way, is the spearhead of a particular tradition of style which has been profiling graffiti culture ever since its early stage. The launch of this manifest and its links to other art forms is on the other hand a new idea, and should be considered for its originality.
The binomial pictorial art and graffiti is usually a polemic topic, more for writers than for other artists, but still we can see the common aspects in both fields clearly. The Ultradynamic Manifesto embraces these dimensions without modesty, and this way brings more importance to the style.
So, there is nothing daring about taking this new term to use since it enables us to refer to a particular style of graffiti with more concretion, giving more importance to the aesthetic part of graffiti, and ultimately, dignifying it is a discipline.
Heres another post made to show you some of the stuff we get sent to our mail.
First out we have ‘2Pac & La Fille Bertha’. A Italian creation to the rhythms of Kid Koala in Black and white.
From Part/Kicks we got this video which documents a graffiti action made in Finland this autumn…
Videos filmed with mobile phones in vertical position are usually unbearable to watch… Not in this case. Thanks to the stability of the images Moreno One makes it more than watchable, and we also see proof of how good the 2G‘s and our 94‘s covers on chrome.
‘Silent emotions’ is a project released through Miserable Face which brings us this video of a train mission through a quite intimate and sensitive perspective. We also took our time out to show you some more images from the tumblr page of this restless individual from the east.
The month of November is about to come to its end, and the same with all the proposals created by the Movember platform around the world.
The serious fight against testicular and prostate cancer has mobilized all sorts of dynamic and daring activities. As a final touch we can present this mural made in Barcelona by Dune, Enrea y Treze, with some help from Montana Colors. We spoke to Dune to get his opinion on the whole thing…
‘I am really happy to have participated with the Movember movement on this wall, not only with a economic donation, but in full color as well. Making this together with Treze and Nrea has been really nice, and I got to get ties with these guys. We had a really good time all three of us. We did letters, a character with a mustache, all of it surrounding the Movember platform.
I think it is important to be conscious and know about cancer, the plague of modern times. All men should know that a immediate prevention can be very important to avoid future diseases, and we should be informed of this and make controls of this constantly. Almost everything can be stopped if you just do it in time. I want to thank Montana Colors for their collaboration, and I also thank David and Anie from Movember for all the affection they showed us.’
Here come three new limited editions straight from the Big Apple. Representing Tuff City, YES2, MED and CES are the artists who have originated this new series of limited edition spray cans which Montana Colors has the honor to present. Three essential names to the graffiti scene of NewYork, they embody the past, present and future of original graffiti. Born in New York City in the 1970′s- Graffiti artist YES2 was inspired by the images he saw painted on the cities subways and in its streets. The writing on the wall spoke to him, and he answered. Joining in on the production of beautiful destruction he began creating his own spray painted works on the streets in 1986. Painting feverishly in N.Y.C. in the late 80′s, honing his lettering style through the 90′s and into the new millennium; YES2 became a dell recognized and influential figure in the global Graffiti community. MED, Bronx raised, grew up riding the subways in N.Y.C. and was thus influenced by the Graffiti all around and started writing at a very young age, after painting his first train in 1982 at age 14 he was hooked and has been involved in the graffiti world ever since. MED is now the founder and owner of the world famous “TuffCityStyles” tattoo and graffiti shops located in the Bronx and Manhattan where he provides walls and trains to paint in N.Y.C for writers from all over the globe. MED has been working side by side with CES and YES2 for over 18 years. His work has been exhibited on walls and in shows worldwide, his work is considered by most to be “Street Art” but he considers it to be “Art From The Streets” influenced by his experiences growing up in the Bronx. CES was born in New York in 1970 and began graffiti writing in the early 80′s. The impression and dynamics of the older graffiti artists influenced CES though he developed his very own “Wild Style” of writing. The NY wild style that CES was instrumental in developing employed more jagged and aggressive hard edge letter forms. Streamlining and aerodynamics were key to the CES formula for alphabetic reconfiguration.
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