Thanks to Skateboarder Magazine and Ed Templeton for the video!
Skate legend and owner of the Toy Machine Blood Sucking Skateboard Company, Ed Templeton, takes us on a trip down archive lane.
Non Toxic Revolution’s mission is to inform, educate and inspire young people to revolt against the dangers of toxic chemicals in their environment and food supply, especially those linked to the initiation of breast cancer. Its aim is to focus on prevention as a means to maintaining long-term health and well-being. NTR also provides alternative choices so that young people everywhere can make smart changes. NTR is part of The Keep A Breast Foundation’s mission to encourage youth to embrace prevention as a deterrent to breast cancer and other breast diseases and cancers.
Unit 44’s Danny Hughes tells KYEO TV about getting international artists Remi/Rough and Stormie Mills into Newcastle for their exhibition Selected Moments, and the artists talk us through their work. Visit Unit 44 for more info or go to Stormie Mills & Remi/Rough to view pieces from the show.
Thanks to Stormie Mills for the video!
Known Gallery writes… “Stormie’s work is an emotional expression of the beauty found within decay, captured within the layers of his paintings. Since launching his career as a visual artist 25 years ago Stormie Mills has carved a distinctive niche for his work that has seen him showcased internationally to critical acclaim.”
WKE writes… “SWOON is a street artist from New York City who specializes in life-size wheat-paste prints and paper cutouts. SWOON, whose real name is Caledonia “Callie” Curry, studied painting at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and started doing street art around 1999. Our cameras follow her around her native Brooklyn one afternoon as she puts up pieces in the street and talks about her work.”
Swoon goes big at the New Orleans Museum of Art.
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Thanks to Peat Wollaeger for the videos!