Tag Archives: Graffiti

Houl – Interview

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Our man in Canberra, Damo, caught up with local legend, Houl, for a few words on his crazy characters, the creative process and, dare we say it, why Canberra is becoming cool…

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Sin Cru – Sinstitute of Hip Hop Arts

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Internationally recognised arts organisation SIN Cru return during the Easter Holidays to present the fifth Sinstitute of Hip Hop Arts. Join them to help celebrate their fifteenth year providing Easter HipHop fun & activities to the community.

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Augustine Kofie x Moneyless – ASSIOMA

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With ASSIOMA Moneyless and Augustine Kofie meet at the Avantgarden Gallery to explore a new theory, finding together all the similarities and differences in their works, juxtaposing them. Moneyless takes care of building a solid foundation and Kofie begins a process of research combing Geometric and Hyperuranic Platonic perfection with the virus of reality. The work of Augustine Kofie therefore becomes one of the possible variables directly connected with Moneyless’ axiomatic purity.

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Daze – Studio Visit

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Chris ‘Daze’ Ellis is something of a legend. Part and parcel of the wave of graffiti that reached out to a million youths all over the world through the medium of graffiti magazines, movies and books, he’s one man that can certainly walk the wall-talk. There’s not many interviews with anyone that’s picked up a spray-can where we don’t talk about Style Wars and Subway Art, so here’s a few words from a true school, humble pioneer.

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RJ Rushmore – Viral Art

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“What is more famous? Is it the Banksy stencil on the wall, or is it the photo of the Banksy stencil on the wall? The answer nowadays is the photo, obviously.” – Ian Strange, aka Kid Zoom.

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In the truly digital age we live in, the internet seems to hold the answer to all things, including publishing. Vandalog’s RJ Rushmore has released his first e-book, ‘Viral Art’, designed as an evolving, interactive publication that can be commented on and updated as it progresses, much in the same way as artwork in the streets evolves and conversations develop between writers and taggers on the walls.

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More than just a simple history of street art, this book tackles the subject of how communication and technology have developed in sync. The release covers a broad range of topics, including the increasing reliance we have on the internet, the ways in which technology has diminished the distance between artists and ideas, the adaptations and developments of the art-form and an exploration of what lies ahead for graffiti and street art.

Complete with a moving .GIF cover, you can read and download it here:

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45RPM – presents Kilroy and Super S Enamel Badge Set

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Fresh off the production line and straight out of the classroom sketchbook, 45RPM brings you two of your favourite childhood scribblings. There isn’t a playground, homework diary or skate park in the world with out one of these two iconic images scrawled on them. Who doesn’t want to be in the Super S Crew?

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Two enamel badges of Kilroy Was Here and Super S, packaged in a hand-painted gift box with a 64 page B/W mini fanzine of all the best internet found dedications to Super S and Kilroy worldwide, plus a bunch of photos of Super S wall rap sprays. Each fanzine also includes four photo prints of photos included in the publication.

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The special sets include:

2x Enamel badges
1x Hand-painted gift box
1x 64 page B/W fanzine (hand tagged cover)
4x Photo prints

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For more info and to get your grubby mitts on your set, get online:

www.45rpm.bigcartel.com