Kevin Peterson has an unparalleled passion for urban details, abandoned places in which young princesses are led by calm bears. Maybe you’ve been lucky enough to see his paintings during his latest shows, if not, lean back and enjoy this exclusive conversation with Kevin.
The French artist OakoAK has become popular with some of the smartest paper works on the streets of Saint Etienne and in several cities around France. We reached him for a quick chat about his beautiful ephemeral compositions and his way of intending street art. Hello OAKOAK, in the hype Street Art World, full of
Nina Pandolfo is one of the Brazilian pioneers in street art, and now she is internationally celebrated as one of the most exciting contemporary artist. We all have seen her beautiful wide-eyed characters painted on the walls of Sao Paulo, visions from another world delivered to the people on the streets. We reached her to
In recent years Bordalo II has always been present on our pages, we all know him for his towering 3D murals painted on the streets of Lisbon and many other cities in the world. We reached the Portuguese artist for a nice chat about the way he transforms found trash in giant beautiful animals, giving
Utilising methods designed and employed for decades by the advertising industry itself, Mobstr employs his unique brand of biting social commentary and astute witticism to walls, streets and billboards across the UK. His work tends to form a dialogue between parties, a two-way conversation between the city walls and our eyes. We reached him for
We all know Hyuro for her uncanny dreamlike women. Her black-and-white characters, painted on walls around the world, offered us a distinct narrative of what surrounds us. We reached Tamara during one of her usual busy days, for a nice chat about the current state of her art, and the awareness of the importance of
Franco Fasoli aka Jaz is recognized as one of the first major graffiti writers to begin painting in the streets of Buenos Aires in the mid 1990’s. His compositions are characterized by conflict and duality, references to popular culture and local traditions, with a particular emphasis on Latin American themes. We reached him for a
Hebru thnking big on S Wabash in Chicago prior to opening “Memoirs Of The Minimum Wage” Hebru Brantley’s path in the art world started in his native Chicago tagging walls and marking up trains. He’s since moved onto impressive murals all over the world while exhibiting work in New York, Los Angeles, London, Switzerland, etc.
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