ast week, we went on our first Street Art Amsterdam Tour and shot a lot of nice photos of old and new gems in the city center. C215 left three new street pieces, Amsterdam’s own Ottograph and Hero de Janeiro repainted two big walls, we found a big flamingo by Ives.One and an 11 year old Space Invader.
We went recently on our very first (and definitely not last) Street Art Amsterdam Tour and shot a nice photo update of old and brand new jewels in the centre of our beloved city.
Global StreetArt is one of the big platforms on the net but offers so much more than just photos. We caught up with founder Lee Bofkin and had a good talk about “How to grow a Global StreetArt brand”.
Artez is the leading Serbian artist of third generation that emerged on the local graffiti scene. He is best known as an artist that is mixing photo-realism and illustration with an amazing ability to incorporate vibrant colors in his work.
4 members of Multi Syndicate Amsterdam return to their home countries and as a last good-bye farewell, they invited a couple of befriended artists to put a nice exhibition “Nothing to Loose” together with good music and lots of beers.
Currently, different rumours spread around the Street-Art scene that announce a new movie by infamous British artist Banksy. During the last days, a new video popped up on YouTube that covers his self-proclaimed artist residency in NYC last year in October.
It’s summer time and festivals happen all around the globe inviting some of the best artists around to paint large scale murals in public space. Here is our selection to get you started in the week a bit easier with our Murals Monday series.
Hugo Kaagman is one of the pioneers in the international Street-Art scene and a true master in stencil art. Since 1978, he develops an own iconic picture language, often in his classic “Delft Blue” with motives ranging from Dutch tradition to Punk Rock and politics.
UrbanArtNOW talks to Remko Koopman about graffiti, art, galleries, Booyabase, books, Amsterdam, and finally growing up.
Urban Art Festival presented 40 international artists in a big group exhibition, large-scale mural paintings and a series of side-events. The festival location OT301 was packed with visitors and everybody had a blast at the event. We have photos and videos for you after the jump to get a little glimpse of our focus event!