Fernando Chamarelli from Brazil, check out more work here.
Thank you to everyone who came down to the No Comply Sydney show, was massive, ran so smooth that it was sureal.
Photo of the new artwork will be on the updated No Comply site next week, until then enjoy these shots. Thanks to Andy Vermeulen and Mason Rose.
JR’s Women Project is now in Cambodia.
“Since we came in December most of the women I photographed have been evicted from their home in Dey Krahorm, a slum area in the center of the city. Due to estate inflation all the slum area have been pulled down by force”. (NGO video from the eviction)
A few more photos I took on the walk through one of my favorite places on earth, Cambuci!
Where the beauty of the graffitis mixes with the ugliness of poverty and violence and homeless people, it makes you feel that you are living in a real world, and is not so pretty but not that bad at all !
It still has so many amazing things to offer, works like that coming from people who lives this reality every day proves how bigger than we know is the capability of the human being to improve itself to achieve greater things, no matter what, where or who !
A cop came to me and said : ” I´m warning you YOU´RE GONNA GET MUGGED! You should put your camera away or you will get mugged! ”
When people realized we were photographing the graffitis they just looked at us and let us do what we were doing, I think they felt we were connected somehow, on the streets respect has a hole different meaning, you gotta be real to stay real !
OsGemeos, Finok, Ise
My most favorites are the works from OsGemeos back in the days…these are treasure for the graffiti fanatics!
A masterpiece inside Cambuci !
I love this one by Vitché! Old is cool and beautiful !!!
I´m such an admiror of this talented couple, Jana Joana and Vitché, this is an old one that I found around the streets of Cambuci, amazing as always!
Jana Joana & Vitché
And this is a new one, unfinished. Right next to the wall painted by the artists Cekis and Grim, from Chile.
You can see the photos on a bigger size on my flickr.
Keep your roots strong!