Today we’re going to go deep into the background of Montana Shop Nottingham, with a brief review of its history and some other aspects that you surely already know about.
The beginning of this story dates back to 1995, and like all great stories, it starts with a trip.
It was a trip during which Dilk contacted with Kapi, Moockie, and their Barcelona crew. It was the first time that Dilk had used our paint, and being that he was used to English brands, he decided to take a suitcase full of cans back home with him.
From September 9th to October 10th the JNC crew celebrated its 25th anniversary in Liege. Famous graffiti names from the Belgian scene such as Jaba or Sozyone joined forces with important French writers like the Grim Team or the founder of TPK, Eyone. The gradual process of the enormous mural they painted has been reviewed by the blog, Graffiti Art on Trains, and our task now is to sum up the whole thing.
“JNC is an acronym for infinite meanings: “Just a Notorious Clique, “Jouissance Non Contrôlée, “Justice ‘N Crimes”… different formulas that stake claim to a quarter of a century’s worth of prolific activity, by one of the first crews to have united the pioneers from the Liege and Belgium graffiti scene.” (more…)
We are back in Oceania to check out some of the content published on the blog of Montana Colors Australia.
M-Lon shows proof of his talents together with Graphico on a wall coordinated by Sydney Street Art Project, and Montana Colors Australia was there to interview the Venezuelan artist which nowadays resides in Sydney. (more…)
Nos ha visitado hace poco así que es un buen momento para recomendar su Instagram. Se trata de Vyal, muchos lo recordaréis por protagonizar un vídeo de Montana Colors USA sobre los MTN Espectros. Gracias a su cuenta, podemos seguir a este veterano del graffiti angelino allá a donde va, comprobando su dominio con el aerosol, tanto en sus producciones más artísticas como en sus vibrantes piezas.
Art, love, and passion are the three concepts through which the ARTistLOVE association intends to carry out their work in social transformation.
In May, 2016, ARTistLOVE set forth on a journey through India where, with Montana Colors’ support, the ”Sharing Experiences India 2016” program was to be set in motion.
During almost four months, the collective developed artistic and social projects dedicated to child and adolescent groups in different centres for education. New Delhi, Bombay, Anantapur and Gengapuram are the cities in which workshops and activities were held that included the development of artistic abilities, as well as the promotion of values in social education such as teamwork, inclusion, and other principles in the field of personal and social development. (more…)