“From Chaos” by SHOK-1 in Amsterdam, Netherlands
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by Bianca Duran
2d ago
Street artist SHOK-1 unveils his new work “From Chaos” at the Straat Museum in Amsterdam. This piece depicts a giant version of a classic spray paint drip, from which grows an intricate X-ray flower. The dots of the spray pattern were painstakingly painted, one by one, showcasing SHOK-1’s meticulous attention to detail. “From Chaos” symbolizes the emergence of beauty and order from disorder, reflecting the artist’s fascination with the interplay between chaos and structure. SHOK-1 is the pioneer of aerosol X-ray art, and his unique works can be seen on murals around the world. Blending street ..read more
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Artist Interview: Arthur Bray of Yeti Out
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by Bianca Duran
5d ago
In this interview, we explore the captivating world of visual contemporary artist Arthur Bray, co-founder of the renowned pan-Asia music collective Yeti Out, Arthur has left an indelible mark on the underground music scene across the globe. From his humble beginnings promoting parties in East London to headlining festivals like Coachella and Wonderfruit, Arthur’s journey has been a testament to his passion for music and culture. Through Silk Road Sounds, the record label he spearheads under Yeti Out, Arthur bridges the gap between electronica, post-punk, and experimental dance music, shaping t ..read more
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Wall to Wall Street Art Festival in Melbourne, Australia
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by Bianca Duran
2w ago
Melbourne’s vibrant street art scene takes the next step in its creative evolution with the unveiling of the city’s first official street art precinct, set to transform a long-forgotten industrial pocket of Mordialloc into a hub of creativity and expression. Returning for the first time since the pandemic, Australia’s original street art festival, WalltoWall and Kingston Council are bringing seven of Australia’s top street artists and three acclaimed international artists together to adorn the area with a stunning array of large-scale mural works from 26-28 April.  Melbourne has long bee ..read more
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“OPTICHROMIE for Jersey City” by Felipe Pantone in New Jersey
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by Bianca Duran
2w ago
Felipe Pantone recently unveiled his latest masterpiece, “OPTICHROMIE for Jersey City“, marking his return to the global street art scene in the US after nearly a year since his last mural in Ohio. Spanning an impressive 25 floors, this mural is Pantone’s largest to date. It showcases a mesmerizing array of geometric patterns in monochrome, gradients, and vibrant colors, reflecting the artist’s signature chromatic palette. Set against the backdrop of the iconic New York skyline, the mural creates a captivating visual contrast, drawing viewers in with its bold aesthetic. “It’s been a titanic ..read more
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Coverage: Chuck Sperry “Only Human” A Solo Exhibition at Harman Projects, NYC
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by Matthew Eller
3w ago
Inspired by our human impulse to create, Chuck Sperry’s solo exhibition Only Human at Harman Projects underscores what it means to be a maker in the 21st century. The exhibition spans Sperry’s long and influential career, featuring new silkscreen prints from the artist’s ongoing “Muse” series and rare works from his archive. Straddling fine art, entertainment, and craftsmanship, Sperry believes being “only” human is something extraordinary. When algorithms and computers do creative work, where do artists or craftsmen fit in? This question is personal for Sperry: as the design and production o ..read more
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James Reka – Floriana
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by Roland Henry
1M ago
James Reka’s latest show, Floriana, opens at Backwoods Gallery, Melbourne this week. The Australian artist returns to his hometown for the first time in six years for this body of work, completed partly at his studio in Malta, and in residence at the gallery. As part of the original Everfresh Crew, Reka initially made his mark in the laneways and train lines of Melbourne’s inner-suburbs where he spent over a decade developing his surrealist style. Working across bold colour palettes that are defined by their themes in each body of work, Reka’s nods to classical cubism are enhanced with techni ..read more
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“Skin” by David de la Mano in Paris, France
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by Bianca Duran
1M ago
In the heart of Paris, a thought-provoking mural titled “Skin” emerges as a testament to the complexities of human existence. Created by renowned artist David Dela Mano, this mural serves as the centerpiece of an exhibition organized by the Roaming Gallery, captivating audiences with its profound exploration of borders. Located at 47 Rue Barrault in the vibrant neighborhood of L’Île-de-France, “Skin” invites viewers to contemplate the multifaceted nature of borders beyond their physical manifestations. Delving into the depths of human experience, the mural portrays the struggles and triumph ..read more
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Banksy in London: A Dead Tree and Vivid Hues in Finsbury Park
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by Rom Levy
2M ago
In an unexpected corner of London’s Finsbury Park, a new Banksy piece silently confronts passersby with a jarring juxtaposition of life and decay. Unannounced but unmistakably Banksy, the artwork features a lifeless tree standing in stark contrast to a backdrop of vibrant green splatters—created, in a twist of irony, with a fire extinguisher. This vivid use of color and medium not only captivates visually but also provokes a deep contemplation of the themes it presents. The stark imagery of a dead tree in a park, where life is expected to flourish, is immediately compelling. Behind it, the wa ..read more
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The shadow series by Levalet in Paris
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by Christie Bailey
4M ago
Here is a collection of images from Levalet’s latest series, an ongoing project that the French street artist is delivering to the streets of Paris. The play between shadow and reality is evident in these life size paste ups, a gap between will and ambition, or simply between present and future of the subjects caught in a moment of their lives. Levalet is not new at all to a critical commentary on our society, over the years he has developed a personal style resulting from an acute observation of reality, while always maintaining a poetic and never cynical gaze. One of the defining aspects of ..read more
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Artist Interview: Dan The Automator Nakamura X Good Luck Dry Cleaners
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by Matthew Eller
4M ago
Matthew A. Eller: I am here today with the one and only Dan The Automator Nakamura and Phil Reese from Good Luck Dry Cleaners, and we are going to talk about art. So Dan, can you tell everybody briefly who you are, and what you do?  Dan The Automator: They call me Dan The Automator. Traditionally, I’m a record producer.  I’ve done a bunch of records including Dr. Octagon, Deltron 3030, Handsome Boy Modeling School, Gorillaz… I’ve got a new single coming out in January with the Black Keys… Matthew A. Eller: And you have a beautiful hybrid home & art gallery here in Alphabet City ..read more
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