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Interview & Preview – RAE Solo Show “THESE DAZE” Opening 11/14/19 LES, NYC

aeSo, why don’t you quickly tell everyone who you are.

So, my name is RAE and I guess there’s also BK at the end of it sometimes when I’m doing street work, and I’m an artist from Brooklyn, New York.

How long have you been in the street art world?

I’d say 10 years plus.

Can you give a quick description of your work for everybody or do you... | Read More

Re-De-construction by M-CITY in Tbilisi, Georgia

Polish artist M-City, recently spent some time in the beautiful country of Georgia, where he was invited for the latest edition of the Fabrikaffiti Urban Art Festival.

Working on the street of Tbilisi, M-City created another one of his insanely detailed artwork. Mixing architecture, machinery and cityscapes in black and white, M-City creates another eye candy that will leave the viewer... | Read More

Interview & Preview – Swoon “Cicada” Opening 11/14/19 at Jeffrey Deitch Gallery, NYC

So why don’t you quickly tell everyone who you are?

So, my name is Caledonia Corry. I also go by the artist moniker Swoon. And I’m here at 76 grand Street, setting up a different kind of show for me. 

And why is it different?

It’s different because I have started to teach myself stop... | Read More

“The Unsung Hero” by Case Ma’claim in Milwaukee

Our friend Case Ma’Claim recently stopped by Milwaukee in the US to create a new piece for the Wallpapered City Street Art Project. As usual with the German artist, he brought to life another incredible ultra-realistic artwork.

Throughout history, there have been many examples of female working class heroes. The positive impact of their actions, words and ever-changing ingenuity... | Read More

Interview & Coverage – Dalek (James Marshall) “Surface Fetish” a collaborative exhibition with Buff Monster, GR Gallery, NYC

So James (Dalek), quickly give people who don’t know who you are a one minute background?

One minute background as in… Maybe Buff can do that.

About you?

Yeah, I don’t know, what do you want to know about my background?

Well let’s start with your your name, it’s James Marshall?

Yes! I’m James Marshall, also known as Dalek.

You have... | Read More

“Asteroid RS” DALeast Limited Edition Print – November 7th

Our friend DALeast will be releasing a brand new print today with the good people from Hashimoto Contemporary.

DALeast utilizes acrylic paint and ink to create swirling ribbons of lines which are built up to create the animal figures. In addition to works on canvas that were displayed at the exhibition, the artist created a series of ink and watercolor works on paper. These works depict... | Read More

“Asteroid RS” DALeast Limited Edition Print – November 7th

Our friend DALeast will be releasing a brand new print today with the good people from Hashimoto Contemporary.

DALeast utilizes acrylic paint and ink to create swirling ribbons of lines which are built up to create the animal figures. In addition to works on canvas that were displayed at the exhibition, the artist created a series of ink and watercolor works on paper. These works depict... | Read More

Nuno Viegas in Tel Aviv, Israel

Nuno Viegas recently spent some time in Tel Aviv, Israel, where he was invited by Patrons Of The Arts to create a brand new work.

With this piece the artist wanted to reflect about where graffiti came from (bottom piece) and how it evolved and transformed into something new (top piece) – street art/urban contemporary – which is not graffiti anymore.

Take a look at... | Read More

“Sewing Corner” by Elian in Taiwan

Our friend Elian just reached out to us with some images from his latest mural that was just created in Taiwan.

Painting in the city of Kaohsiung, a massive port city in southern Taiwan, the Argentinean street artist created this superb piece of work entitled “Sewing Corner”. As usual with Elian and gus avstractuibs, his work brings another dimension to the local urban... | Read More

Keya Tama in Portland, USA

Keya Tama just sent us some images from his latest mural that was just completed in the city of Portland, Oregon.

Painting for the rad Forest For The Trees project, the young talented artist brought to life an amazing piece of work. Using a distinctive flat style, the intricate piece can be looked on over and over again to discover new shapes and figures.

If you are in the area... | Read More

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