The 94 color range has a wide variety of browns to offer. Having so many different shades in one color range makes it so that the ideas for their nomenclatures have different origins, and occasionally, they can be quite spontaneous.At first, the fact that there’s a brown called Scarlett, does´t tell us a thing. And having another one called Penelope doesn’t say much to us either. But if you put them together you might come to the conclusion that their names refer to Hollywood actresses: the New Yorker, Scarlett Johansson and Penélope Cruz from Madrid. (more…)
MAPU is short for “Medianeras – Arte Pública“, and this is a circuit for urban art created in Porto Alegre in southern Brazil where Montana Colors Brasil and Graffshop has been helping and supporting. Three murals and three expos is on the program, and here you can get glimpse of the enormous public productions.
The Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel on the extremely well known Balearic island hosts the first “Wall Burners”, an ambitious project sponsored by Burn. Electronic music and art united in an initiative that accompanies the revitalization of the energy drink brand and its new corporate image.
The aforementioned hotel is the established epicenter of this venture inaugurated by Okuda San Miguel and Felipe Pantone, two artists whose mutual affinity is evident in their joint works brilliant outcome. (more…)
Can you imagine going to the movie theatre and the room being practically full of people related to urban art?
Well, that’s exactly what happened on the night of the “Star” film premiere last Thursday, October 6th. It was an an exciting and special gathering attended by the film’s director himself, Marc-Aurèle Vecchione, and the lead actor as well.
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…)