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On Thursday 14th of April MadC will open her solo show ‘MadABC’ at Pure Evil Gallery London (see Flyer here). In dedication of her book and love for letters she will show several alphabets on canvas, classic MadC pieces on canvas and wall, as well as a selection of sketches. The show runs until 1st of May. The show is also the launch party for her book “Street Fonts – graffiti alphabets from around the world”. In addition she’ll be perform a little live-painting between 11.30am and 3pm at London Graphic Centre in Covent Garden this Saturday 9th of April. You can purchase her book Street Fonts at the store and get it signed by MadC herself at 3pm in the store.
And if you are interested what she is doing inbetween the preparations of her show please have a look below, photos and video of her Alphabet Wall! (more…)
The Paint Club Battle Tour 2010 is over, the 2011 tournament is in preparation. So let´s have a look on a special battle between two very talented artists went down last week in Dresden, Germany. Caparso of Bandits Dresden vs Mike Okay of Klub7, both armed with black ONE4ALL Markers and 90 minutes time to perform. Have a look, after the Jump (more…)
…lets battle it out! More information in March 2010, stay tuned!
A closer look on some of the artworks created by the 44Flavours collective, in just 36 hours.
“I saw Wholetrain at S.O.B.’s in New York. It was a great experience watching it. There was a tremendous amount of character development, interesting dialogue and a lot of story in it. It took real vision to make that world come alive like that. Wholetrain is an impressive piece of work. It’s the only Graffiti-Movie that can follow in the footsteps of Wild Style." (CHARLIE AHEARN (director of Wild Style)
More informations about the Wholetrain Screening in New York on Tuesday, February 16th, 2010, 7:00pm here
Petro from Brighton, UK opened his latest show last Friday in the city of Amsterdam. Together with the great people at Kind Regards he had turned an old, derelict party venue into a great space for his crazy universe of funky stylewriting, drippy mop patterns, remixed children drawings, slick prints and art concepts like The Life Of A Pencil. The show was built up over a few weeks and the big opening went down Friday the 5th February. Fresh DJ, tons of free Heineken beers and a who’s who lineup of the entire dutch oldschool and new school together with art and alternative people made for a great night in West Amsterdam. See photos and video here