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2012 Recap

Booya! It’s almost over! Even though the world didn't come to an end we will still present you with an inescapable part for the end of the year: Lists! We made a smashing list in 2011 in which we totally predicted the second coming of Jezus Lush and did all kind of other revelations that definitely happened this year. Unfortunately that list seems to be misplaced so you'll just have to take my word for it. As 'best of 20xx' lists...

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  •  22.12.2012
  •  Arden

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Dilom

Graffiti artist and graphic designer Dilom comes from the beautiful city of Burgas in Bulgaria. Dilom has been creating graffiti since 2001 and has been part of numerous events, festivals, exhibitions and commission jobs around Europe. He is an artist that doesn't mind getting paid for his work: " I actually enjoy painting for money because it combines art and a way of living. But still I must confess that my best works are these done...

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  •  10.12.2012
  •  Arden

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Monokrome Volume 2 – Review

*Sniff*.. Aaaahhh I love the smell of a fresh book, and the book that I have before me might be even fresher than those little pine-trees you hang from your rear-view mirror: Monokrome Volume two – ‘The world’s best graffiti in full kolour’. Created by Robert Whitelock and Aaron Munday, the second edition of Monokrome contains work from artists worldwide: ALERT, AMATIC, ASKE, ASKER, AWOL CREW, AZEK, BATES, CODAK, CAZYAPES CREW,...

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  •  23.10.2012
  •  Arden

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Fame Festival, Grottaglie

Since five years this small Italian town called Grottaglie has become a paradise for street art. There are artworks to be found on big walls and small walls. From artists such as Blu, Conor Harrington, Ericailcane, Os Gemeos, Escif and Vhils. It is Angelo Milano who started to invite artists to paint and to organize a group art show. He calls it Fame Festival. You can refer Fame to the fifteen minutes of fame, but also is it the...

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  •  28.09.2012
  •  Nicole

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Tom French

UK based artist Tom French has been responsible for some of the most jaw-dropping art works I've seen in a while! His skulls, at first look, are beautiful oil paintings. Give them a second look and you'll disocover that there's a whole new level to these skulls which are  actually made up out of people. I think it's this combination of skill, cleverness and emotions that defines the artist Tom French. A combination you'll also find in...

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  •  18.09.2012
  •  Arden

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Richard Terborg – Route 66

Route 66 is that all-American Mecca for travellers across the globe. The idea of roaming these roads in a sluggish American car and enjoying all the greatness that the States have to offer, appeals to people worldwide. So is it all bigger in the States? Our good friend and talented photographer Richard Terborg and his equally talented girlfriend, designer/illustrator Karin van de Kuilen  followed their dream to find out! With much...

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  •  16.07.2012
  •  Arden

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Graeme MacPherson – The hidden Beauty

As you all may have noticed we stepped a bit down on our update ratio. This thing called life did catched up with us. But don't be fooled, the pink beast can't be stopped. As to quote my man Reakwon "It's about longevity, we in here for the gusto". Not to long ago I bumped into the works of Greame MacPherson and just had the urge the share it! Because that is what we do, we share the great thoughts and works of those who're trying to...

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  •  01.07.2012
  •  Kaymir

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Matteo Bucciol

Inspiring photography is often sparked by thinking about and seeing compositions that other don’t. This is why architecture and photography go together so well; it teaches to see lines, converging points, etc. which work great in photography. A good example of this is architect and photographer Matteo Bucciol, living in Padua, Italy....

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  •  16.05.2012
  •  Arden

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Base Elements Gallery – Barcelona

Barcelona is a magical city and one of the favourite CFYE destinations in Europe. From the amazingly relaxed squares in the Gracia barrio to the immensely crowded Ramblas area, it all has its charm. Of course, there’s another reason why we like Barcelona, and that’s the immense amount of graffiti and outside art you can find in the city. One of the first times we took a walk through Barcelona we were awed by the amount of art to be...

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  •  14.05.2012
  •  Arden

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Jonathan Dy – Multi Faceted

At times you just don't have enough information in one picture. Canadian photographer / painter Jonathan Dy must have thought so as he found out new ways to incorporate information into his photographs in form of multi-flash and reflection pictures. Of course, both techniques aren't new but the way Jonathan has perfected them is impressive, to say the least!...

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  •  24.04.2012
  •  Arden