Hua Tunan “Emerald” Limited Edition Hand Finished Print – July 14th

Chinese artist Hua Tunan returns with us for a brand new hand-painted edition entitled “Emerald”. Hua Tunan combines traditional Chinese art with Western graffiti to create his own unique and stunning aesthetic. Hua Tunan spent two weeks in his studio somewhere in China hand painting 30 birds, 60 eyes, 768 feathers and 2008 paint splatters onto this big birdie. As you might expect

“Hapa” by Kamea Hadar in Honolulu

Our friend Kamea Hadar just finished working on this new portrait of Barack Obama on the sunny streets of Honolulu in Hawaii. The piece is entitled ‘Hapa’ which literally means “part” or “partial” in Hawaiian and refers to people of mixed race. The piece has to do with the idea that Hawaii is a melting

Banksy at Bridge Farm Primary School in Bristol

The elusive British artist Banksy is back in the UK where he just unveiled a brand new piece in his hometown of Bristol. This pretty rad piece entitled “Forgiveness Is Easier To Get Than Permission” appeared overnight  on the wall of Bridge Farm Primary School to thank it for naming a house after him. Banksy

Stinkfish, Mazatl & Kill Joy in Honduras

Stinkfish just finished a lengthy street art tour around Honduras with his friends Mazatl and Kill Joy. Between the months of April and May of this year they had the pleasure of being in Honduras for four weeks to work on the first stage of the Cuma Project, an independent initiative in which they visited several rural communities

“Data Somersault” by Felipe Pantone in Paris

Our friend Felipe Pantone just finished a stunning project as part of the ‪LascoProject‬ of the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, France. Pantone’s quest to explore and compound all aspects of dynamism continues with “Data Somersault”. This impressive installation features his signature ultra vibrant colors and high contrast motifs, stretching boldly beyond the boundaries of this

Tellas “Under The City” Limited Edition Hand Finished Screen Print – May 26th

Grown up in Sardinian’s harsh lands, Tellas’ research is based on a non-urban aesthetics, his works are a personal and intimate vision of the elements of natural landscapes. A meditative process that combines space and shape characterise his work. Listed as one of the 25 most interesting street artists worldwide by the Huffington Post US

Artist Interview: Ernest Zacharevic

Experimentation lies at the heart of ZACH’s style, with the only constant being the dedication to his ever-changing concepts. He removes the restriction of artistic boundaries, moving freely between the disciplines of oil painting, stencil and spray, installation and sculpture; producing dynamic compositions both inside and outside of the gallery space. Take a break and

Tellas for Street Alps in Turin, Italy

We recently invited Tellas to Turin, Italy where he worked with us at Sericraft to create a brand new screen-print edition. The Italian artist also linked up with our good friends at Street Alps to paint a new mural with his unique and beautiful imagery. Tellas creates murals characterized by an amalgamation of space and shapes