This year’s festival featured work from: SHEPARD FAIREY, BEZT (ETAM CRU), CRYSTAL WAGNER, DULK, FAFI, FELIPE PANTONE, AMANDA PARER – INTRUDE, MARK DREW, MARTIN WHATSON, TRISTAN EATON, MIKE ROSS, ISI GROUP, CRIME ON CANVAS, D*FACE and JUSTIN FAVELA
JUSTKIDS and StreetArtNews will be curating the Urban Nation Berlin notorious signature event Project M/9.
Invited by URBAN NATION Museum For Urban Contemporary Art Director Yasha Young to bring summer flavours to Berlin, Project M/9 “Colors” co-curators Charlotte Dutoit and Rom Levy have selected 6 international acclaimed artists to create murals at the future museum building in the Bülowstrasse 7 in Berlin-Schöneberg. The painting week will be finalized with the group exhibition “Colors” showcasing the works of in 12 amazing artists from all over the world on Saturday, June 11th at the URBAN NATION headquarters.
Bicicleta Sem Freio (mural)
Okuda San Miguel
The hardworking crew behind POW! WOW! Hawaii just wrapped up their official recap video for this years event. Showing on wall and behind the walls action by the participating artists, this video captures the essence of this world wide famous festival and its unique vibe. Shot from the ground, cherry pickers and drones, the flick gives an unique chance to see artists such as Doze Green, Strok, Natalia Rak, Case Maclaim, Hot Tea, Fafi, Kevin Lyons and many more, getting their work done under the tropical sun. With artists like Olek, Maya Hayuk or Tristan Eaton talking about their personal experiences and the distinctive atmosphere they experienced during their stay in the paradise, this video is great way to round up another successful edition and start warming up for the next years event.
Courtesy of The Yok, here is a little photo update from Miami, where Sheryo and The Yok were recently invited to take part in the Wynwood Walls event as part of Art Basel.
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The guys over at Last Concept have been smashing it with their triptychs skate deck artist collabs; here are some of our favourites but you can check out the whole collection here.
It’s always good to see new work from Fafi and her show opening up tomorrow in Paris looks decent. With a mix of very limited prints (each one is an edition of 10), custom Vans, candles, lighters and collabs with clothing label Married to the Mob.
Its easy to get print fatigue with all the shows that open up seemingly every week and their exclusive prints. But Fafi is a little different because she’s never really done that many and these look great quality and a decent size, albeit at €350 they’re not exactly an impulse buy. Nevertheless for the countless Fafi fans it would be great to have any of the prints adorning the walls.