quarta-feira, janeiro 18, 2017

Street Artist Duo: Jana + JS Jana & JS are an Austro-French... crss

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Street Artist Duo: Jana + JS

Jana & JS are an Austro-French artist couple, whose work can be found both in urban as well as in a closed space. Jana & Js merge their work since 2007 around their passion for photography and their common sensitivity to the urban aesthetic. They met in Madrid, have developed their work in Paris and lived in Austria since 2010.

Website: janaundjs.com/


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Street Artist: Insane51Insane51 is a Greek mural artist and... crss

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Street Artist: Insane51

Insane51 is a Greek mural artist and painter based in Athens, Greece. He started off as a graffiti writer in 2007 and currently is a student in Athens School of Fine Arts and has participated in various festivals in Europe.

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terça-feira, janeiro 17, 2017

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Noreen Loh Hui Miun


Noreen Loh Hui Miun


Noreen Loh Hui Miun


Noreen Loh Hui Miun


Noreen Loh Hui Miun


Noreen Loh Hui Miun


Noreen Loh Hui Miun


Noreen Loh Hui Miun


Noreen Loh Hui Miun


Noreen Loh Hui Miun

Otherworldly Mixed-Media Plants Sprout Like Creatures from a Dr. Seuss Book

In her ongoing sculptural series titled “The Marriage,” Malaysian artist Noreen Loh Hui Miun merges elements from real and fictional plantlife to create entirely new species. The fragile works begin with dried plant components like branches and moss to which she adds cut laminate petals reminiscent of reptile scales and other colorful components. Though not intentional, the finished works look something like the wild imaginings of children’s book author Dr. Seuss. You can see more pieces by Miun on Facebook. Thanks Colossal


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Contemporary Mannerism by Armonia Thomas Diego Armonia is Born... crss

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Contemporary Mannerism by Armonia


Contemporary Mannerism by Armonia


Contemporary Mannerism by Armonia


Contemporary Mannerism by Armonia


Contemporary Mannerism by Armonia


Contemporary Mannerism by Armonia


Contemporary Mannerism by Armonia


Contemporary Mannerism by Armonia


Contemporary Mannerism by Armonia


Contemporary Mannerism by Armonia

Contemporary Mannerism by Armonia 

Thomas Diego Armonia is Born on April 10th, 1971 in Genova, Italy. One of the most charming traits of his production is the feminine uni­verse that he interprets through a nonconforming, mannerist and baroque beauty, where women are opulent not only in their physical shape but also in their power of seduction.

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segunda-feira, janeiro 16, 2017

The 3D work of  Jan Kalab from Graffiti to AbstractWhen Jan... crss

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Jan Kalab


Jan Kalab


Jan Kalab


Jan Kalab


Jan Kalab


Jan Kalab


Jan Kalab


Jan Kalab


Jan Kalab


Jan Kalab

The 3D work of  Jan Kalab from Graffiti to Abstract

When Jan Kaláb was born in 1978 in Czechoslovakia, graffiti was not to be seen in the Eastern World. In the nineties, as the country was opening itself to western influences, he became one of the pioneer of the local scene, and founded an iconic crew, the DSK. Sleepless nights around train yards, light tubes at police stations and above all hard work on his style: he went through all the classical steps of a writer’s career. Through Europe, he made a name for himself as Cakes.

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Next step to the Hall of fame: New York, where he made a big impression by painting whole cars in 2000, alongside with Key and Rome. Around the same time, he found a new way to push his own limits and challenge himself: 3-D Graffiti. Under the name of Point, he sculpted huge abstracts letters he chose to put in the streets and on the walls. The highest the better. This was another form of graffiti, in daylight, and without a spray, but truthful to the spirit of competition and innovation of the urban scene. Those sculptures lead him to abstraction, a path he’s been exploring through canvas from 2007, using acrylic painting and brushes. In the meantime, this admirer of Kupka graduated from the Academy of fine Arts of Prague – becoming the first Czech writer to do so. Jan Kaláb had his first solo exhibition in 2008 in Prague. Others solos took place in Romania, Argentina, Germania or in the United States. With time, his forms became more and more geometric. He used colourful squares and circles as an obsessive vocabulary for infinite variations around depth, time, and motion. Playing with circles conveyed organic imperfection and swing into his work. Dynamic is also crucial in his recent experiments, when he took pictures of some of his paintings in the streets of New York or other cities. The project became a social one when he realised he needed help from strangers to carry the canvas. This is no surprise, since collective energy is crucial in his creative process. The artist is very invested in collective events. He’s the co-creator of a highly dynamic cultural space in Prague, called Trafačka. More than 160 exhibitions took place there from the opening in 2006 till the closure in 2015. On his own or collectively, the motto is the same: always getting higher, always inventing new forms – a tribute to the soul of graffiti.


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