With a glimpse of the setup to whet your appetite yesterday, here is now the main course – completed photos from Project M/5 from Urban Nation. The lineup, curated by Roland Henry and VNA Magazine, featured Mark Lyken, Inkie, Pam Glew, Fran Bosoletti, Will Barras, Eine, Steff Plaetz, Nick Walker, O. Two, Sickboy, Xenz and Sheone working hard creating window murals and installations as well as some pieces around the Berlin (see Eine here). Photo credit: Henrik Haven.
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After giving you a taste last week of what Urban Nation is up to with Project M/5 (also see M/4, M/3) with new work from Eine from the streets of Berlin, we now have a more comprehensive look for you. Curated with the help of Roland Henry and VNA Magazine, the event has artist like Mark Lyken, Inkie, Pam Glew, Fran Bosoletti, Will Barras, Eine, Steff Plaetz, Nick Walker, O. Two, Sickboy, Xenz (seen above) and Sheone working hard creating window murals and installations. Check out everything coming together […]
After revealing a new piece last month with strong placement from Invader in Paris, our Streets World Roundup feature returns with another piece playing with some nostalgic characters from childhood for most of us. The new Star Wars mosaic is part of his recent attack on London of which you can check out more photos of here. Other worthy walls come from Anders Gjennestad – Norway. Anthony Lister – Miami (source), Wild Drawing – Greece (source), La Pandilla – Arizona (source), Phlegm x Run – UK (source), LNY – Philadelphia […]
Futurism 2.0 opens this week at London’s Blackall Studios featuring an assortment of Style pioneers hailing from graff backgrounds across the globe. Carlos Rodriguez (Mare 139), Augustine Kofie, Phil Ashcroft, Boris “Delta” Tellegen (detail of his work shown above), James Choules (sheOne), Matt W. Moore, Mark Lyken, Sat One, Christopher Derek Bruno, Moneyless, Mr Jago, Nawer, O. Two, Morten Andersen, Keith Hopewell(Part2ism), Jaybo Monk, Poesia, Derm, Jerry Inscoe (Joker), Remi/Rough and others share the limelight in this group exhibit. Expect big things from the grouping – if the […]