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Posts Tagged ‘street art’

TINA/walkARTabout

Saturday, October 2nd, 2010

If you are near Newcastle this long weekend you should get there to check the annual This Is Not Art (TINA) festival. Included this year for the first time is artWALKabout, where a bunch of local artists and out-of-towners, such as myself, have been invited to decorate the streets and lanes of the city…below is my contribution “The World Is Your Monster”.  For information regarding the event and other contributing artists go here and here.

Pic snapped by artWALKabout contributing artist Trevor Dickinson

HITOTZUKI Improvision Sessions.

Thursday, September 9th, 2010

New video by Kami and Sasu who will be in Melbourne during November for a show at Backwoods.

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New stuff from the B-man

Wednesday, September 1st, 2010

Not like he needs any intro or plugging for that matter, but check Banksy’s reworked kiddies dolphin ride complete with crude oil and net, installed on Brighton Pier. This is why the man, or should I say enigma, is the king of social commentary art…engaging the public with plenty of satire, wit and sheer cleverness. Always one step ahead of the pack.

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BIG BAG BIG BOOM by BLU

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

The new animation by Blu.

“”BIG BANG BIG BOOM:
an unscientific point of view on the beginning and evolution of life … and how it could probably end.”

BIG BAG BIG BOOM – the new wall-painted animation by BLU from blu on Vimeo.

Hello / Goodbye

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010

Mr Lister dropped into the studio for a quick session yesterday.
This chaps always busy. Check his blog out here…

Scratching the Surface – Sneak Peak

Monday, June 7th, 2010

Sneaky peak at the “Scratching the Surface” project myself, Beastman, Phibs, Roach and Max Berry have been working on. Everything is unveiled this Thursday night in Sydney. More info at www.creativesydney.com.au/events/sydney-sessions/scratching-the-surface

It Never Ends

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

I have been working on a new collection of works for my next solo show at 19Karen in the Goldcoast. The exhibition explores the theme of infinity and the constant cycles of life. Check out Rekaone.com for more updates…

OSGEMEOS fever !

Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

The most famous , and talented, twin brothers of the street-contemporary-graffiti-art are literally taking over the city…and the world!

These month only they did a show in the Brazilian Museum of Art with the “VERTIGEM” (vertigo) exhibition, they illustrated the international film festival’s posters and billboards and performed one of the most incredible things I´ve ever saw in my life, a show with inflatable giant dolls one of them being a giant yellow big headed guy.

Here are some stuff I found on the net to give you guys a little taste of it all.

The “VERTIGO” show

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This is definetely the best exhibition I´ve ever been. Those guys really know how to do it, from the moment you step on the door of the museum you already feel like you´re going into another world. The enviroment they created makes you feel like you´re really inside a parallel universe, their universe. They stepped up another level and brought new sculptures made of metal, new interactive pieces, beautifull canvases and an amazing mural painted on the walls of the museum.

I´ve been to the show 2 weeks in a row and I can´t get tired of it, everytime I find a new detail, a new piece, I discover another part of the world they created inside the museum.

33rd International Film Festival



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Not only they designed the art and posters of the festival but they also paticipated on a debate with the art director of the movie Art Inconsequence, which is part of the festival, about street and art.

Check the link for more info.

Plasticiens Volants + Osgemeos

To end the celebrations of the “year of the France in Brazil”  Osgemeos gathered with the french group Plasticiens Volants to perform the show called “O Estrangeiro” (the foreigner). The show had already been presented in Holland, see it here,  in 2008 and now came to Brazil.

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The inflatable puppet more than 20mts high was exactly the same character they painted on the side of a building that´s on the same square where the event took place.

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(There´s a lot of shots on YouTube. This guy, guitarfeak666, seems to shot the whole thing, is very long but worth every second of it !  I filmed it too but I can´t post it yet)

I had tears in my eyes watching this! It was so surreal to see a real character from Osgemeos walking in the middle of the buildings looking like it was about to step on us, like the giant marshmallow monster from “Ghostbusters” ! And not just that but the whole scene, it was a theatrical intervention with a snake, a fly and an owl coming from behind the buildings interacting with the “foreigner” character , and the music, the sounds that seem to be coming out of the sky ! You gotta see it to believe it ! Just brilliant!

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It´s official : OS GEMEOS TOOK OVER SAO PAULO !



An interesting read…

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

Going to the wall: touring Melbourne’s street art

Only $98 for the tour. I wonder how much our beloved artists get from that, let alone if they are exempt from carrying cans and coping fines. Help fill in an ex-pat Melbournite… would ya?

Prakrti & Enivo & Tikka & Funto

Wednesday, January 14th, 2009

The guys and the girl that represant what the street means, got together to repaint a wall that had a Sliks (Prakrti) and Enivo’s work on it, that I loved but the freshness must go on.

So, here it is !

.PRAKRTI.

.TIKKA.

.ENIVO.

.FUNTO.

TEZ.

Australian artist TEZ is an all rounder, his art spans across an array of mediums including painting, sculpture, ceramics, screen-printing and vector illustration. Much of his work comprises of a combination of these mediums and often incorporates recycled materials and found objects. TEZ unveiled his debut solo exhibition “Sure Ain’t Sushi” at Sydney’s China Heights gallery in late 2009. He resides in his “fibro castle” on the New South Wales Central Coast and more often than not can be found in his shed creating his next fresh piece or just plain old tinkering.

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