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Catching up with C215

We can't stay away from the works of Christian Guemy aka C215. We've interviewed and featured him on multiple occasions and this certainly won't be the last time we show you his work. His impeccable stencil art with his unique signature can be found all across this globe, including our hometown of Amsterdam. As it's been a while since we've showed you some of his work, we thought it might be a good idea to share some of his more recent...

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  •  01.07.2015
  •  Arden

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Jakub Rozalski – The art of Mr.Werewolf

Epic might be one of the most misused words in the English language, but it's certainly in its place when describing the works of artist Jakub Rozalski(34), hailing from Krakow, Poland. Inspired by classical paintings and modern techniques and armed with a healthy dose of imagination Jakub creates the most fantastic sceneries that even inspired a board game....

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  •  29.06.2015
  •  Arden

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TelmoMiel – Brothers in Aerosol

The Dutch duo Telmomiel is amongst the best contemporary artists that the Netherlands has to offer at this moment. They've got the skill for photorealism but choose to use those techniques to give their works surreal twists. Another striking feature of their collaboration is that it seems that they paint as one. All in all, more than enough reason to show this fantastic duo some love!...

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  •  23.06.2015
  •  Arden

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Laurent Baheux – Black and white Africa

The French Laurent Baheux (1970) is one of the most exciting wildlife photographers the world has to offer. His high contrast black and white photography of Africa's most wanted mammals set him apart from the norm of wildlife photographer. The well-chosen highlights put an emphasises on the animals character, giving them an almost human like appearance. We're happy to present you with a small interview with the master himself!...

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  •  02.02.2015
  •  Arden

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Narcélio Grud – Variety on the Rise

If you think street art consists out of nothing more than stencils with a witty punch-line, you should have a look at the works of Brazilian artist Narcélio Grud. His work varies from public sound interventions, sculptures and spray-can spirographs, to murals created with discarded materials like fruit or oil. Over the years Narcélio has shared some fantastic video's showing his experiments with various techniques....

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  •  08.03.2014
  •  Arden

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Sicksystems

Let me introduce you to Dmitri Aske, aka Sicksystems, He's a multidisciplinary artist from Moscow, Russia and 'sick' is the appropriate term for his work (in a good way)! With a background as graffiti artist, a healthy interest for typography (not in the last place because his father is a typeface designer) and a love for geometric figures, Sicksystems has been pushing boundaries since he began back in 2000. He's active as illustrator,...

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  •  14.10.2013
  •  Arden

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Monica Hee Eun

"I like it when art gives you a strong blow to the gut" is what Monica Hee Eun says. Well that's just what her work did to me. Big, textured, violent brusshtrokes depicting scenes that would be difficult to explain to your grandparent. Yet it's the taboo and exploring of boundaries (when is art explicit? They're just brush and pencil-strokes after all) that is endlessly intriguing. More than enough reasons to get to know the artist...

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  •  28.09.2013
  •  Arden

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Ron English

It's extremely difficult to find Art these days unless you know where to look. You'd probably go through hours of research in order to find an artist you could actually share a connection with and then buy a piece of art that you'd truly admire. I personally enjoy looking for artists that I know will reward me in my efforts with great artwork but sometimes the Artist isn't too difficult to find because of the things they have painted...

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  •  16.09.2013
  •  George

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Jeremy Fish

So, Jeremy Fish was my most recent victim. I first saw his work when I was about 19 years old and in my skull drawing phase, a phase majority of young illustrators go through probably after or before the eye ball phase. Jeremy's work caught my eye because it was so sharp and bold and I hadn't seen anything like it back then. I usually wouldn't personally class this type of design as art but I believe that art is also defined by who...

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  •  07.09.2013
  •  George

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A ‘Mooiemuur’ Mural in Beirut

Dutch Graffiti artist Roy Valk a.k.a. KARSKI hasn't been properly introduced to yet (even though I have an elaborate interview that needs to be transcribed lying around, any volunteers?) but I couldn't pass up showing you the results of one of his latest projects. As we've collaborated with Roy in the past (CFYE at the Revelry, Graffiti Keuken video) we know that Roy works with a professionalism that is hard to match. It wouldn't...

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  •  09.07.2013
  •  Arden