Coverage: Sneakerwolf “Super Deform” Tokyo Solo Show

Our friend and Japanese legend Sneakerwolf recently opened his latest solo exhibition “Super Deform” at ITH Gallery in Tokyo, Japan. Sneakerwolf is street artist and designer living in Tokyo and “Kanji-Graphy” is his one-of-a-kind art which reflects the typeface design of Kanji-Graphy-Japanese character graphic. For “Super Deform”, the Japanese artist created an entire new body of

Artist Interview: Canyon Castator

Canyon Castator is a Los-Angeles based artist whose work moves through diverse mediums, but from the point of reference of figure painting. Transitioning through painting, video, digital manipulation, projection, and other forms of creation, Canyon’s work attempts to rectify the discontinuities between the image and its representation. In an effort to introduce to our readers,

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Books: KRINK New York City: Graffiti, Art, and Invention

Craig Costello, aka KR, grew up in Queens, New York, where graffiti was part of the landscape and a symbol of the city. While living in San Francisco, he quickly garnered attention when his signature “KR” tag popped up throughout the city. As he became one of the more prominent figures on the streets on

Banksy “Rat Bathroom Installation”

A little bit of playfulness in these uncertain pandemic times with this super fun and unique indoor installation by British artist Banksy. Banksy took to his Instagram to reveal his “work at home” project with this bathroom installation which features a series of his signature rats. Using the caption “My wife hates it when I

B4 Flight: Documenting The Streets

Often capturing the process of artists working in the streets, Craig Schultz aka B4 Flight‘s gritty and powerful images capture the performance aspect of painting that the public often misses. We recently got the chance to talk with the renowned Los Angeles, CA based photographer. Get to know more about B4 Flight and his thoughts

Artist Interview: Oli Epp

Oli Epp’s paintings circulate a number of themes to do with the tragicomic element of living in the 21st century society, dealing with the complexity of identity and anxieties living in the digital age; consumerism and consumption which leads to control and addiction, anxiety and conflict. Last week in the midst of the Corona outbreak,

“Waterdam” by Telmo Miel in Roeselare, Belgium

Dutch street art duo composed of Telmo Pieper and Miel Krutzman, also known as ‘Telmo Miel’ just finished working on this new piece in Roeselare, Belgium. This project came together through extensive neighbourhood participation starting over a year ago. Together with the elderly of the rest home Motena, they debated style, artist and concept. Their recent