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CANNES GRAFFITI

Whilst on our well deserved holiday in Cannes we came across some choice pieces of street art whilst soaking up the sun.  These pieces really are fantastic, what do you...

 

CANNES GRAFFITI

19 JULY 2013 GRAFFITI STREET ART

Whilst on our well deserved holiday in Cannes we came across some choice pieces of street art whilst soaking up the sun.  These pieces really are fantastic, what do you think? These really Inspire us to create!           

THE YOK & FRIENDS

07 SEPTEMBER 2012 ART GRAFFITI THE YOK

One of our featured artists The Yok has been out and about doing his thang in Brooklyn. This particular recent piece is a collaboration with Never & Sheryo. To check out more of his work, womble over to www.theyok.com, we highly advise it.

MARK GMEHLING AEROSOL ARENA MURAL (2)

22 AUGUST 2012 ART GRAFFITI MARK GMEHLING

Mark Gmehling has been at it again — creating huge murals on the sides of buildings at the Aerosol Arena. Another signature style piece with its FTN tagline. There is also a 'making of' short film showing the complexity of the work that goes into creating these.

MARK GMEHLING AEROSOL ARENA MURAL - VIDEO

01 AUGUST 2012 ART GRAFFITI MARK GMEHLING

Following up from our previous post about Mark Gmehling's huge mural at Aerosol Arena in Magdeburg, Germany here is a nice little movie about the work in progress. Follow the graffiti artist's eye as he sprays (and takes shelter from the rain).

IN STYLE WE TRUST BY MARK GMEHLING

14 MAY 2012 GRAFFITI MARK GMEHLING STREET ART TIMELAPSE

We commissioned German artist Mark Gmehling to create an image for our launch event. He came up with an amazing "sleeping giant awakening" character to adorn the front of our event invitation and to also fill the infamous Village Underground wall. In just 3 days he recreated the artwork by...

X-RAY SHOK

09 APRIL 2012 ART ART IN THE STREETS GRAFFITI SHOK-1 SPRAY CAN STREET ART URBAN

With his latest round of European works, British artist SHOK-1 has upped the street art stakes with a set of pieces that ably demonstrate his prowess with a spray can. Beautifully restrained in their execution, the x-ray inspired pieces are a truly unique spin on graffiti. More images can be...

THE ORIGINAL WALL WRITERS

05 APRIL 2012 CORNBREAD GRAFFITI TAKI 183 WALL WRITERS

"We were not writing to make any political point at all, we were just vandals" Decades before graffiti became what it is today, a few brave city kids set out to 'get known' by spraying their name across city walls, these kids were the original... Wall Writers. With unprecedented access...

PAINTING THE TOWN

04 APRIL 2012 ARCHITECTURE GRAFFITI LONDON STREET ART

With the ongoing regeneration around King's Cross and St. Pancras, in the heart of London, it's good to see street art playing a part in contributing to the continued upward trajectory of a once down-at-heel neighbourhood. Commissioned by the owners of Karpo restaurant and the Megaro Hotel, four artists have...

Metaform Architects have taken inspiration from street art to add some colour to thismonolithicstyleApartment Building in Luxembourg. The unique structure is comprised of 3,982 square feet over three levels of residential housing. This construction uses a unique material of black shiny extruded metal.

The relation between art and architecture is part of the concept created with the involvement of the Luxembourg artist SUMO. It is a response linked to the evolution of the urban landscape. Sumo voluntarily covered the space from the ground to the ceiling with his artwork.
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The inside is pretty impressive too and a stark contrast to the dark exterior. Click through for more info and images.


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GRAFF INSPIRED APARTMENT BUILDING

06 MARCH 2012 ARCHITECTURE ART GRAFFITI STREET ART

Metaform Architects have taken inspiration from street art to add some colour to this monolithic style Apartment Building in Luxembourg. The unique structure is comprised of 3,982 square feet over three levels of residential housing. This construction uses a unique material of black shiny extruded metal. The relation between art and architecture is...

Eric Firestoneand have access to an aircraft bone yard (where aircrafts go after retirement) then you can offer an artist a pretty big space to work on. The Bone Yard Project is a continuation of an exhibition titled Nose Job, which sawcontemporaryartists painting on sections of old aircraft, mainly the nose cones.The second installment in this series: Round Trip: Selections from The Bone Yard Project, will include selections from the previous Nose Job exhibition along with more than a dozen cones interpreted by artists new to this project. It will feature five monumental works created on retired military planes by a dynamic selection of popular graffiti and street artists from around the world.

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For more images and artist info click 'read more'.
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THE BONEYARD PROJECT

27 JANUARY 2012 AIRCRAFT EXHIBITION GRAFFITI STREET ART

How big a canvas does an artist need? Well if you are Eric Firestone and have access to an aircraft bone yard (where aircrafts go after retirement) then you can offer an artist a pretty big space to work on. The Bone Yard Project is a continuation of an exhibition...

MEET THE ARTIST

ANDREAS KRAPF

German born Andreas Krapf graduated in Communication Design at the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg  in 2009.  The following year he relocated to the great city of Hamburg to open a store where he could sell his designs under the...

MEET THE ARTIST

DUST

David Stegmann works under the pseudonym “Dust”.  Be it with a spray can or his resin cast hand made art toys, he gains his inspiration from colours, shapes and compositions found in nature. His belief is that everything is connected...

MEET THE ARTIST

MARK GMEHLING

Mark Gmehling is one of the leading names in German Street Art, and is best known for his digital illustration and animations.  His creations are the perfect fit for us here at Dudebox. In his world everything is possible, including...