mercredi 30 décembre 2009

Two pieces from Escif - Valencia

Escif on Flickr.

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Street Scratch by Chris Cairns

Check this out!

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STREET POETRY - 'Of the now' by Nick Bednarz

Test projection.
The final version now has a laser trip so when someone stands in the human outline in the middle the wings grow, animate, then they fade when the person walks away. (the exhibition space was too dark for the video to come out clearly)

london, UK

lundi 21 décembre 2009

TEMPORAL : The Art of Stephan Doitschinoff (aka Calma)

Documentary short film directed by: Bruno Mitih

US debut in November 2008, during NOVO MUNDO, solo exhibition of new works by Stephen Doitschinoff (aka Calma) at Jonathan LeVine Gallery. For more info, please visit :

From 2005—2008, Stephan Doitschinoff traveled throughout the Brazilian countryside of Bahia, painting site-specific murals on adobe houses, chapels, and even a cemetery. In the small village of Lençóis, he collaborated with local artisans, and expanded his research into the rich history of Brazilian folklore and the syncretism between Christian theology and African spiritual traditions.

mardi 15 décembre 2009


« LE NUAGE » est une manifestation atmosphérique apparue pendant la Nuit Blanche 2009 sur le mur de la cour du 102 rue du Faubourg Poissonnière à Paris.

More about Superbien.

jeudi 26 novembre 2009

'What Do You Believe In?' - Unconventional Skating Video

Written and directed by Arlo Eisenberg, edited by Joe Navran (FORII, Elements, Coup De Tat) and produced by Shane Coburn.

"What Do You Believe In?" is not a narrative story in the conventional sense, nor is it a standard skate video neatly divided into rider's sections. It is a low budget, experimental, artistic interpretation of skating that does not merely break all of the rules but seems to be completely unaware of them altogether.

What Do You Believe In? from Alexander Coe on Vimeo.

vendredi 20 novembre 2009

mercredi 21 octobre 2009

Living Decay

In the summer of 2008 Dolk and Pøbel, two talented Norwegian street artists, took on the challenge of Lofoten Islands countryside in Norway to create large-scale murales on the faces of abandoned houses which are about to be demolished.
“Living Decay” is suggestive daily log that narrates through 4 tales, the making of these huge paintings inside the unique northern landscape.

The documentary opens and closes with the narration by the American artist John Fekner, pioneer of 70’ street art.

mardi 13 octobre 2009

Urban Installations by Isaac Cordal

Climate Change Expedition.

Public Swimming Pool

Visit Isaac's website.

You may also like :
Tiny Paste Up Project - Miniaturas de Alberto de Pedro.
New Stuff from the Tiny street art project.


mercredi 23 septembre 2009

Bomb It

'I was , after the fashion of humanity, in love with my name, and, as young educated people commonly do, i wrote it everywhere.'
Goethe - Poetry and Truth.

Featuring street artists and top graffiti writers from five continents, Bomb It - The Movie updates the story of graffiti with a truly international perspective. Watch it now!

samedi 12 septembre 2009

STREET LIFE: Into the Void (Explicit Content) by Johnny Devlin

Let's post some cool vidz related to street life. So here is the first one "Into the void"an explicit title for a BMX video. Woohoo! For those who looks for a calmer (?) ride watch : Inspired Bicycles.

vendredi 11 septembre 2009

Cedric Bernadotte wanna sit down where ever he goes.

Cedric lives in Toulon and his work is about public space reappropriation. I just love the way he do that. Funny detail: he's reading "Jeux de plein air" which means "Outdoor Games". Congrats Monsieur Bernadotte.

Watch his flickr uploads in FULLSCREEN (O____O)!

Via Ekosystem.

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Tapeography: Tape + Typography
The Pop_Down Project