Richmond Mural Project, 5 Years, 100 Murals

Art Whino returned to Richmond, VA for the Fifth installment of the Richmond Mural Project. This year marks we celebrate reaching our short term goal of 100 Murals. The short term goal was established to reach critical mass of murals in which visitor to Richmond to see the murals would not only take a weekend

Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Os Gemeos in Mumbai

Recently, I took my first Sunday off from work at Kulture Shop, the art and lifestyle brand representing the top Indian graphic artists from around the world. We’re based in Bandra – the Brooklyn of Bombay, as I like to call it. I decided I would go down to Colaba in South Mumbai to paste

Martyn Reed “Nuart’s Early Beginnings”

It feels strange moving into the 16th year of a festival that started life with nothing more than €1000 grant from the local council and the idea to create a platform for art that could exist outside of the traditional gallery system. It was the year 2000 and I was part of a small group

Henrik Haven “Art Through a Lens”

I’ve been an art photographer for six years now, but started out in the music business – living the high life. After 15 years in this sometimes materialistic and shallow world of release-parties and concerts I found that I lost myself… Contemporary art and art in public spaces was already a lifelong passion of mine

Roland Henry “Word On The Street”

I’ve been the Managing Editor of VNA magazine for 2 years now. Before VNA I started off running bars and putting on exhibitions in Bristol with people like Sickboy and Xenz. I also started an art & culture magazine called Porn, which ran a few issues before my partner in the mag had mortgages and

Selina Miles “From Brisbane To The World”

It’s hard for me to write about my experience with graffiti because it has affected my life thoroughly that I can’t really imagine what things might have been like without it. Around 2005 I started going out and meeting people in Brisbane, Australia. People say “What’s it like being a women in graffiti” but I

Final recap of Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans

The shape of art and its role in society is constantly changing, and that is why urban painting must be a reminder of free thought. From its part PangeaSeed’ Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans was intent on putting important ocean environmental issues into the spotlight with art as a vital communication source. PangeaSeed is an

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