FAITH XLVII “410 BC – 340 BC” New Print Available Now

South African interdisciplinary artist Faith XLVII just released a new print entitled “410 BC – 340 BC”. It is a part of the 7.83hz Series in which raw intimacy is explored within abandoned buildings. In this series the earth’s resonance serves as a metaphor for our collective actions, which contribute to an overall reverberation that we can call

“The Silent Watcher” by Faith XLVII in Philadelphia

Here comes the largest street art Mural that Faith XLVII has Painted in her expansive career around the world. The 19 story, ‘The Silent Watcher’ spans an epic 11,000 square feet prominently set in West Philadelphia. USA. It also pays homage to Noam Chomsky who was born in Philadelphia with his quote ‘Optimism is a

“Equalitas” by Faith47 in New York City

A new Faith47 artwork was just finished in New York City! Painted in association with the International Labour Organisation’s celebration of its Centenary for the Street Art For Mankind Project. An ode to one of the ILO’s global goals of Woman Economic Empowerment. There has been great progress in the push for gender equality in

“Salus Populi Suprema Lex Esto” by Faith XLVII in Los Angeles

A site-specific mural by Faith47 entitled “Salus Populi Suprema Lex Esto” has appeared on Skid Row, Los Angeles. The large-scale public installation gives monumental space to some of America’s most marginalized people; the homeless. Skid Row is home to one of the largest populations of homeless people in the United States, with an estimated 2,500

Faith XLVII “Aurum” Limited Edition Print – September 22nd

Just in time for the Equinox this upcoming Friday, we’ve teamed up with Faith XLVII to work on a brand new limited edition print. This silkscreen print is based on the new performance work AURUM. A collaborative work created by Inka Kendzia, Manthe Ribane and Faith XLVII. The inaugural performance was at the recent opening of Urban

Installation by Imraan Christian & Faith XLVII in Munich, Germany

This work is a collaboration between artists Faith47 and Imraan Christian installed at the Magic City exhibition in Munich in 2017. Its starting point is a poignant image taken by Imraan during the 2015 student protests in Cape Town. The photograph documents a pivotal turning point – the moment when peaceful protestors reacted violently as

Faith47 in Johannesburg, South Africa

Our friend Faith47 just finished working on a giant and rather impressive mural somewhere on the streets of Johannesburg in South Africa. After several days of work, the South African muralist unveil this giant elephant which will now be enjoyed by the local residents and tourists alike for years to come. As usual with Faith,

Artist Interview: Logan Hicks

Nothing is more exciting for a street art fan in New York City then when a new artists starts to work on the legendary Bowery Mural.  For three or four days there is an excitement in the air as art fans from all over the city check in daily to see the artists vision unfold