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.
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.
Minigallery Amsterdam recently opened in a new location. Not as mini as the last one but even more successful. We caught up with Julia, owner and curator to talk about plans, ambition and the gallery’s history in her living room.
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.
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
Designwars.com recently released a fresh new video clip called Urban Calligraphy “Lucid Dream” by Alex Ioannou featuring Simon Silaidis.
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.