Just recently, the fourth edition of French mural festival Bien Urbain took place in Besancon. 15 international artists created mural paintings, installations, sound or interactive pieces in public space and the results are just stunning.
Pieter Ceizer recently opened his show “Love Letters” at L’Imprimerie. Love Letters shows Ceizer’s latest prints, drawings, an 8m canvas, 3D typos and more.
Graphic Surgery gets busy at Bien Urbain painting the University Campus in Besancon in their signature style. Bien Urbain 2014 also features artists such as Tellas, MoMo, Zosen and Jaz, amongst others.
Kings of Colors Festival will go down in Den Bosch, the Netherlands this September and it will be bigger, better and more diverse than the last year. We recently became media partners for the festival and caught up with the organisers to get a better insight in their event.
Step in the Arena is one of Europe’s biggest Graffiti Festivals and invites each year a huge line-up of writers to Einhovens unique location the Berenkuil.
Just recently the 2nd edition of Mural Festival for muralism and art in public space went down in Montreal, Canada. 20 local and international artists created large-scale artworks all around Boulevard Saint-Laurent
During the last week, a bunch of international writers gathered for the yearly Graffiti Camp at Roskilde Festival. Just imagine this setting: a sea-container full of cans in all colors you can imagine, kilometers of walls to paint on, good hosting by the camp crew and getting drunk each night with your friends from all around the world.
Since May 2014, LOFT.297 opened its doors and it is the latest addition to the Amsterdam Street-Art gallery scene. But they just didn’t open, they openend with a bang by showcasing a solo-show by old-school Graffiti legen BLADE.
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.
Three artists from “La Mancha” – Skount, Laguna and Rhode Montero – open coming Thursday their first collaborative show. We caught up with our friend Skount to find out a bit more about their upcoming project!