27.08.2015

MADC Solo Show ‘Character’ in London

After MADC´s first successful solo show at Pure Evil Gallery London (2011) she now returns with a body of new works. This next solo show entitled „Character“ will open on 1st of October 2015 at 6pm at Pure Evil Gallery – The Department Store! Full Flyer after the jump!

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27.08.2015

BACON

GESER´s crewmate BACON just sent in two new fresh wall productions, have a look at the finished pieces after the jump!

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27.08.2015

Artist Feedback x EJG

“Well, I use almost everything I can get my hands on for painting, I love MOLOTOW™ because of the different products you can choose from. I especially love the markers and the liquid ink! The best part is that you can use them on everything! The spray cans and other things I tried out are also just amazing. The price is all right as well!”

Check the complete Artist Feedback by swedish Artist EJG!

27.08.2015

PENER x Planned Freestyle

Bartek Świątecki aka Pener (b. 1981, Lives and works in Olsztyn, Poland) started in 95/96 to write his name on the walls …over the years he simplified style and letters to a minimum “…to straight lines and pure colors …to the essence” as he describes it “I am particularly interested in the shape, form and nature of mixed material withinprocess of time and how this language informs visual communication on public space.” His work ranges from, paintings, walls, animation and site specific installations. He brought out and own hand-selected book, 120 pages, and a limited amount of 280 copies, handmade covers and all signed and numbered, as we reported here! Now he is running a really nice exhibition entitled “Planned Freestyle” at the Šopa Gallery (Hlavná 40, 040 01 Koszyce) until September 20th, 2015. Have a look at the photos after the jump!

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26.08.2015

KAISY, GESER & OMSK167 piecing the MOLOTOW Train

After Graffiti Artist GESER painted the MOLOTOW Train wholecar there was some time left for an End2End Production on the other side of the Train, together with KAISY and OMSk167. So here is a little Bonus with a short video and photos of the finished pieces after the jump!

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25.08.2015

GESER paints the MOLOTOW Train

It was about time to invite one of our friends from the United States to the MOLOTOW Headquarters! GESER, Member of the 3A Crew, started his Graffiti Career in the early nineties. GESER is well known for painting with bright colors and straight classic lettering. Since many years we release monthly updates on his work at our website. He stayed for three rainy days with good talks and a few paintings at our Hall of Fame and the MOLOTOW Train. A little excerpt from our conversation with him please check out in the video plus the Making of the final Train Piece, a straight Wholecar End2End Top to the Bottom.

He used a very nice color Range of the MOLOTOW Premium 400ml including the new KIWI and his favourite Color LOOMIT APRICOT to outline the piece! Please find photos of the GESER Train here!

20.08.2015

FINTAN MAGEE Mural in Berlin

In this ARTE Metropolis Video watch Australian street artist Fintan Magee create a giant mural on a 13 storey building in Berlin. To create his largest piece so far, he divides the motive into a grid of squares in order to get the proportions right. Painted with chalk, spray paint and acrylic paint, the whole process takes up to 13 days.

20.08.2015

LIFE IS PORNO x Street Art Animation in Bratislava

Here is the second short part (first part from Warsaw) from the series of street art animation project by Life is Porno artists DIAN & FELLAZ, street artists from Slovakia. This animation project follows Dian’s previous stop-motion animations (Life in Porno villa and Life is Porno 4D). This time in Bratislava together with legendary graffiti artists from Rascals and Mutants crew. Everything painted with MOLOTOW™ PREMIUM cans without any computer animation. DIAN is now working on new short animations – in New York and Prague. Jump to see the animation and some photos of this animation process!

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