Archive | June, 2012

Jeremy Fish x Where Hearts

30 Jun


Thanks to Kamp Grizzly, 827 Ink and Jeremey Fish for the video.

This video is a selection of 50 drawings from the exhibition and book project, “Where Heats Get Left”. All drawings were inspired by the idea of drawing a love letter to San Francisco.

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123Klan x Show Reel

29 Jun


Thanks to 123KLAN for the video.

123Klan is a French graffiti crew, founded in 1992 by husband and wife Scien and Klor. Since 1994 the crew have also worked in graphic design, inspired by the work of Neville Brody, and started to apply it to their graffiti (and vice versa). They describe their art as ‘when street knowledge meets technology and graffiti melds with graphic design’. Dean, Sper, Skam, Meric, and Reso 1 are the other crew members. Now residing in Montréal, Canada – 123Klan’s studio has found its niche specializing in character illustration, branding, toy design, and touring the world speaking at conferences. Their client list extends to the likes of Nike, Adidas, Lamborghini, Coca Cola, Stussy, Sony, Nasdaq to name a few.

Detroit Beautification Project

28 Jun


Thanks to the Detroit Beautification Project, and to all the businesses and artists involved, for the video.

The Detroit Beautification Project assembled artist’s from around the globe. With the the common goal to bring vibrancy back to one of America’s greatest cities. Presented By Montana Cans, The Seventh Letter, 1xRun, Contra Projects. Video by Bankshot.

Jonathan Mannion x Leica

27 Jun


Thanks to Leica Cameras and Jonathan Mannion for the video.

A Cleveland, Ohio native, Jonathan Mannion began capturing images of up-and-coming urban music superstars after working for a year with world-renowned photographer Richard Avedon. In 1996, he launched his professional career by shooting the photographs for the classic hip-hop album “Reasonable Doubt” by Jay-Z. In the years since, Jonathan’s photography has grown alongside the culture he so loves, helping to visually define an era of urban music. As DJ Quik once pointed out to him, the world sees hip-hop through his eyes. However, he is modestly circumspect about his role. “I’m just a messenger,” he observes, “and I’ve been given a talent to document an extremely important era of music history. I have a love for hip-hop that goes back to when I was a teenager, and I feel blessed to have had the chance to shoot the artists I’ve worked with. I’ve had the opportunity to grow with them and the photos I’ve shot over the years have become visual bullet points of their creative evolution and mine.”

Phlegm x Bantry

26 Jun


Thanks to My One Color and Phlegm for the video.

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Ben Eine x The Lowry

25 Jun


Thanks to Creative Concern, The Lowry and Ben Eine for the video.

The Lowry commissioned street artist Ben Eine to create a new piece on the galley walls. Creative Concern filmed Ben and his team at work during the installation. Here is the result.

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Shepard Fairey x Paris

24 Jun



Thanks to Zeller, Butterfly and Shepard Fairey for the video.

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SIT x C.A.V.E. Gallery

23 Jun


Thanks to C.A.V.E. Gallery and SIT for the video.

For the opening of his new show ‘Haiiro’, SIT painted a mural next door to the C.A.V.E. Gallery on Abbot Kinney in Venice, CA. The show will feature a bold new series titled “Haiiro”, which continues the artist’s examination of human obsession with appearance and materialism.

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David Choe x Whales & Orgies

22 Jun


Thanks to Dirty Hands and David Choe for the video.

Made way back in 2000 with even younger footage. David Choe attacks the streets and talks about why he does what he does. “Whales and Orgies” is the precursor to the full-length feature film documentary, “Dirty Hands: The Art & Crimes of David Choe.”

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Pixel Pancho x Mexico

21 Jun


Thanks to Filmaciones de la Ciudad and Pixel Pancho for the video.

Pixel Pancho, Italian artist, visited Mexico City and left his art in multiple spots around town.Pixel, characterized by painting huge robots of all types, left three unique pieces at two locations.

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Sweatshoppe x Video Painting

20 Jun


Thanks to Bruno Levy, Blake Shaw and Sweatshoppe for the video.

New media art duo SWEATSHOPPE aka Blake Shaw and Bruno Levy are back from Europe with a new video that showcases their live interactive video wheatpaste in Berlin, Bristol, Belgrade, London and Paris. Over a two week period the duo pasted their videos in over 10 spots including the Berlin Wall, Les Invalides, Cordy House and even constructed a 5 meter telescopic electronic paint roller to create a two-story tall video painting in Bristol.

Video painting is a technology the duo developed that allows them to create the illusion that they are painting videos onto walls with electronic paint rollers they built. It works through custom software that they wrote that tracks the position of the paint rollers and projects video wherever they choose to paint, allowing them to explore the relationship between video, mark making and architecture and create live video collages in real time.

Shepard Fairey x Keith Haring

19 Jun


Thanks to Shepard Fairey and Keith Haring for the video.

Introducing for Fall 2012, OBEY Clothing Teamed up with the Keith Haring Foundation on a clothing collaboration. This is short look at the project and concept behind it.

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AJ Fosik x An Introduction

18 Jun


Thanks to Kwality Media and AJ Fosik for the video.

Kwality Media brings us a behind the scenes look into the creative mind of AJ Fosik.

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Robert Williams x Vans

17 Jun


Thanks to Vans Vault and Robert Williams for the video.

Vans Vault collaborates with artist Robert Williams for an art show in New York City. Vans recreates a piece of Robert William’s artwork with a set of thirteen custom, limited-edition shoes.