The first weekend of August, the guys behind Kings of Colors Festival organised a big Graffiti mural during the city-wide Theater Boulevard event. More than 20 Graffiti writers from all over the Netherlands joined in a big Graffiti Styled wall production.
After a year long break, Reflexo on Urban Art (aka R.U.A.) Festival is back in town organising large murals in Amsterdam’s infamous area Heesterveld.
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.
Axel Void recently painted a big mural titled “1944” during the Italian StreetAlps Festival with a political theme as a homage to the partisans, who fought against Fascism and Nazi Germany in the Piemont area.
The first big international Graffiti festival ONO’U went down in Tahiti and presented an illustrious line-up of international artists alongside local writers. Have a look at a series of great murals they painted in this paradise.
The yearly Graffiti Camp at Roskilde Festival invites some of the best artists from all over the world. Hundreds of meters of walls, nearly “unlimited” spray-cans and a good vibe make this event really special.
During Urban Tribes Festival Lodz, we organised an own exhibition and Urban Art NOW show-case with BustArt, Besok, Bonzai, Skount and Sket185.
Urban Art NOW hosts in cooperation with the urban arts and culture festival Metro54 the Netherlands finals of the international Graffiti competition Write4Gold.
ONO’U festival promises to become a kick-ass event for the interational Urban Art scene.