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With the Lot

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VNA 24 featured artist Mike Eleven has been busy cooking up some tasty treats with a not-so-serious, independently owned label from Melbourne, Australia, ‘With the Lot’.

Bringing together burgers and T-shirts, the brand oozes a delicious, fun-lovin’ attitude. Disgruntled by the amount of brands claiming to rebel the norm, ‘With the Lot’ aims to pierce through the meaty fiction and represent individuals who aren’t afraid to ask for everything in life – and yes, they’d like fries with that!

‘With the Lot’ borrows heavily from head chef Mike Eleven’s colourful personality, subjective humour and acquired taste in torso fashion.

www.withthelot.com.au

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Bicicleta Sem Freio – FERA – Solo Show – Rex Romae

The acclaimed Brazilian artist duo warm up the London winter with
their tropical wonderland ‘FERA’.

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JustKids are holding a pop-up exhibition in London showcasing the artworks of internationally famed Brazilian duo of illustrators Bicicleta Sem Freio (‘Bicycle Without Brakes’). Curated by Charlotte Dutoit from JUSTKIDS, the ephemeral exhibition will be open to visitors from the 5th through the 8th of March at RexRomae.

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Slinkachu – Miniaturesque – Andipa Gallery London

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Miniaturesque, a major new exhibition by Slinkachu, will launch at Andipa Gallery on 12th March 2015. Shot in London during different seasons over the past year, Slinkachu’s new body of work draws upon our desire to seek out and recreate the natural world amongst the urban metropolis. His miniature people, photographed on the streets of London and then left in situ – or ‘abandoned’ – by the artist, explore the hidden enclaves of the wild within our city.

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Slinkachu captures idyllic glades and green pastures, in reality weeds and moss that appear through cracks in the concrete, and comment on our modern society’s detachment from nature.

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Using tropes from art and popular culture, Slinkachu’s new works employ irony, humour and a healthy dose of reality; despite their fantastical situations, the miniature figures we observe are not so dissimilar to ourselves, living in the shadows between the real and artificial.

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www.andipa.com/exhibitions/slinkachu/miniaturesque

The Paterson Project – Update

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The Paterson Project is only two sleeps away, and half of Melbourne has been exceptionally busy getting ready for what is potentially going to be one of the biggest street art projects Australia will see in 2015!

To check out some progress shots head over the Chasing Ghosts Flicker and for more information and to donate check out The Paterson Project with all money raised going to The Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation.

Olek x POW! WOW! Hawaii

Supported by Anthropologie, Olek created an environmentally and culturally relevant crochet installation for POW! WOW! Hawaii 2015. The crocheted canoe is housed on the front lawn of the Honolulu Art Museum and speaks of marine life, while connecting traditional crochet techniques and Hawaiian canoeing.
Directed by Jonas Maon.

www.powwowhawaii.com

Inti is releasing a new limited edition lithograph

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Fans of Inti and his work might wanna try their luck with his newest release coming through PrintThemAll studios in Paris. We just received the info about this release, as well as some photos of Chilean artist working on this limited edition.

Featuring his iconic figurative imagery influenced by South American tradition and history, use of symbols and recognizable color palette, “Stardust” is dropping on Tuesday 3rd of March @ 2pm GMT via PrintThemAll website.

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Max Rippon x Fluorescent Smogg – Wooden Sculptures

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Artist Max Rippon is releasing these amazing sets of hand layered, burnt plywood sculptures.

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Each is finished with sign painters enamel. Entitled ‘Surreal / So Real’ there is a regular edition of 20 – priced at £395 – and a special edition of 5 including limited edition hand-embellished packaging and a circular screen print – priced at £595.

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Available online on the 5th March at 14.00 GMT from: www.fluorescentsmogg.com

Waone (Interesni Kazki) paints a new mural in Varkala, India

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Waone and AEC better known as Interesni Kazki, are currently travelling in India and creating some new works along the way. Waone recently shared this new mural titled “Visions and sounds of strangeness” painted somewhere around South Cliff, Varkala, Kerala, India.
Known for their surrealist imagery and meaningful works full of symbolism and traditional elements, Ukrainian artists painted this colorful image using many elements from local culture. Created on a local house somewhere in the lush rain forest around temple town of Verkala the piece quickly turned into a sensation among locals. As usual, their narrative work carries many messages carried through fairy-tale like visual language that Interesni Kazki have been known for, but we’ll let you discover those yourself.

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Montana Cans presents: Between Street and Art – Miami Art Basel 2014

More and more Street Artists and Graffiti Writers find their way into the professional art world. They create a whole new market that grows with the interests of prominent buyers like Pharell or Swizz Beatz. At the same time these two worlds still seem very seperated and only a view Street-Artists are recognized by the Fine Art scene and galleries. During last years Art Basel week in Miami we met Revok, Shepard Fairey and Cleon Peterson, talked about their view on their own development and heard some interesting tips to make a career in the art world.

Video Shot by www.marcus-werner.com
Also visit: www.montana-cans.com