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Previews: Carl Cashman – ‘Every Time I Close My Eyes, All I See Is This’ @ Breeze Block Gallery

British artist Carl Cashman is opening his first solo show at Breeze Block Gallery in Portland, OR on the 1st of August. Titled Every Time I Close My Eyes, All I See Is This, the exhibition introduces all new pieces by a young artist that has been slowly building his career with recognizable geometric-based works. After showing his art in a couple of different group shows in the UK, USA, Australia, Mexico, etc, Carl got an opportunity to show more of his talent and creativity through his debut solo […]

Interview: DALeast

DALeast is a Chinese born artist that lives and works in Capetown, South Africa. After successful 2012 in which the artist painted his distinctive murals all over the world, had a sold out show at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in NYC, and instantly sold out two print releases, we thought it was time to catch up with him here on AM. So, we virtually visited him in his studio shortly after his successful show and murals project in London, and just before he headed for another productive […]

Streets: Interesni Kazki in Vodnjan, Croatia

Ukrainian muralists Waone and AEC, known as Interesni Kazki, recently finished another mural in an old town of Vodnjan, Croatia, for the Boombarstick Festival. AEC already created a mural couple of months ago over there, as an opening piece for the upcoming festival. Only few weeks after finishing their Lisbon mural, and releasing their first ever print edition, both artists arrived to Croatia to work on an even more complex piece. For seven days straight, the duo worked long days in the scorching Mediterranean sun, […]

Streets: Phlegm @ Boombarstick festival, Croatia

British artist and illustrator Phlegm recently visited Croatia. He worked on a new mural in the medieval town of Vodnjan, on occasion of the Boombarstick festival, alongside other street artists from all over Europe. The artist was painting a lovely front wall of a former church, which later became a cinema, and created an interesting architectural piece for it. He created a multi-dimensional tower/staircase, that nicely incorporates the existing elements on the wall he was working on, while blending it with its surroundings. While he used […]

Openings: Doze Green – “New Works” @ OpenSpace Gallery

One of the NYC’s hip-hop legends, Doze Green, recently opened his first solo exhibition in Paris on the 6th of July at the OpenSpace Gallery. After showing his work in United States, Japan, Europe, and Australia, the artist finally got to introduce his work to art lovers in the “City of Lights with a simply titled debut show – New Works. Recognizable for his unique line work that has roots in his early graffiti from the 80s, Doze presented his art through a series of canvas and works on wooden panels, […]

Previews: The London Police & Zeus – ‘We Rock Amsterdam!’ @ LookForArt

Amsterdam based art duo, The London Police (seen above) are about to open a new solo show next to Zeus, on 5th of July at LookForArt gallery in Zuid, Amsterdam, titled We Rock Amsterdam! Shortly after taking part in The Many Faces of David Bowie at Opera Gallery in London (covered), TLP were back in studio working on a new pieces that are will be presented in a city they call have home for the last 10+ years. Continuing their recent style work with their recognizable, big, back-to-basics black and white […]

Streets: Hendrik ‘ECB’ Beikirch (Croatia)

German artist and muralist Hendrik ‘ECB’ Beikirch was recently in Split, Croatia, where he took part in a local XStatic festival by painting a new mural on Gripe sports center. Known for the large scale portraits he has painted worldwide (the biggest one being in Busan, South Korea), ECB created another recognizable piece in the center of the city. Since the wall he was painting on is near a place where local senior citizens meet up for card games (“briškula”) and where cold refreshments are served during hot summer […]

Openings: Mark Jenkins – ‘The Studio’ @ Galerie Patricia Dorfmann

Galerie Patricia Dorfmann recently opened Mark Jenkins’ (interviewed) first solo show in Paris, introducing his newest body of work titled The Studio. Ten years since this science graduate first started experimenting with packaging tape and discovering its potential as a sculpting material, he has recreated a studio with his life-like figures simulating different situations and periods of a creative process. Famous for his street installations which often expose social problems such as violence, insecurity, consumption, environmental concerns, depression, as well as inducing the feelings of amusement, intrigue, shock or […]

Streets: Dabs Myla 2013 Euro Summer Tour

Australian artistic couple, Dabs Myla, recently left their LA home/studio to spend couple of weeks traveling and painting around Europe. By creating poppy, very colorful, clean line wall murals, often topped with cute, cartoonish like characters that are their signature elements, the artists left their marks on walls all over the old continent. They visited The Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway, and collaborated with numerous Europe based graffiti artists such as Newtwo, Vino, Aryz, Boogie, Tiws, Soten, Bates, etc, along the way. […]

DalEast “The London Dare – The Finale Night” show

On Thursday, 6th of June, Chinese artist DalEast opened his first UK solo show titled The London Dare – The Finale Night (347 Old Street) The show was the big finish to his recent visit to Londontown during which he painted some of his best murals to date. The artist, who only recently confirmed his status with a sold out show at Jonathan Levine Gallery (covered), has become famous for his unique abstract 3D street work, which is now gracing the walls all over the world. For his London […]