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.
5 Danish Graffiti artists came over to Amsterdam in the end of May for Urban Art Festival to take on a 4 day painting marathon and create a 500 m2 mural in the Eastside of the city.
Urban Art Festival Amsterdam presents a series of murals by some of the best Graffiti artists around. Three murals, three concepts, three teams (Copenhagen, Budapest, Lisbon) – three burner productions!
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.
Team Copenhagen got busy the last days and created a burner wall in the city’s infamous Norrebro district for our upcoming festival May 30th – June 1st.
We organised more than 1000 m2 mural space all over Amsterda. The main production “Signs of Mokum” was created in cooperation with the famous “Het Scheepvaartmuseum” and illustrates shipping and trade in the Dutch Golden Age.
Amsterdam’s biggest Urban Art event in 2013. Over 40 international artists, 800 m2 exhibition space, more than 1000 m2 mural paintings and different exciting side-events made Kosmopolite Art Tour an unforgettable festival!
ONO’U festival promises to become a kick-ass event for the interational Urban Art scene.