- Odeith’s Anamorphic Graffiti
- World’s Longest Graffiti Scroll
- LATA 65 : Seniors Workshops
- Pavel Vetrov’s Graffiti Room
- INDECLINE : Largest Illegal Graffiti Piece In the World
- KATSU Drone Tagging
- POW! WOW! Hawaii 2015
- Rurban Street Art Event With The Fly
- INSA’s Space Animated Graffiti
- RONE by Robot Army
In November 2014, as the people of the United Arab Emirates were gearing up to celebrate their 43rd year as a country, the Ironlak Family set off towards the Middle East from their respective corners of the globe. In Dubai the Lak Fam joined over 100 artists from around the world in an ambitious attempt to set a new world record for the “World’s Longest Graffiti Scroll”.
On the final day, an official judge from Guinness World Records measured out the scroll at 2245.4 metres and declared the new world record set.
Ironlak Family roll call: LINZ, REALS, SIRUM, SOFLES, TUES, ENUE, EWOK, KEMS, BATES, DOES, STORM, WANY, ASKEW, BERST, PHATONE, VANS the OMEGA, GARY, TREAS & JURNE.
LATA 65 is an initiative for the elderly within the urban art context genesis developed by Coworklisboa in partnership with Wool – Urban Art Festival of Covilha. LATA 65 is a project that aims to approach the elderly to form a habitual expressive activity.
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- via BARTO
“INDECLINE describe themselves as an “underground movement” of “activists, musicians, graffiti writers, [and] photographers,” but you probably remember them either as the creators of the Bumfights videos, or as the guys who got arrested for allegedly stealing body parts from a hospital in Thailand.
The piece of graffiti, which reads “THIS LAND WAS OUR LAND”, was made on a disused landing strip in California’s Mojave Desert. It took six days of work, contains over 250 gallons of paint, and is over half a mile wide. This makes it about twice as wide as MTA’s piece on the LA River bed, which, before it was removed, was generally considered to be the world’s largest piece of illegal graffiti.”
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- via The Orion
This video documents the execution of KATSU’s Drone Drawing 2015.
Location: Kendall Jenner’s face, Calvin Klein Jeans billboard, East Houston St, NYC.
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Every February, artists from all over the world travel to the island of Oahu for POW! WOW! Hawaii, an art festival that takes place in the Kaka’ako district of Honolulu. Now in its fifth year, the 2015 edition of POW! WOW! saw 100+ artists, musicians, photographers and media partners from across the globe attend, forming a unique creative community built on the celebration and appreciation of art, music and culture.
Rurbanizator va invita la un happening de street art.
THE FLY, artistul roman de street art, se va afla joi si vineri (16-17 aprilie) in Oradea la Moara Rasarit unde va reprezenta o lucrare pe un perete de 7 metri/5 metri.
Facebook event page HERE.
UK street artist INSA is known for his animated Gif-iti wall pieces, but he has upped the scale for his latest project: it required a 14,000 square metre canvas and a pair of satellites to create the world’s largest animated gif.
Each heart alone is 24 metres across, and not being able to step back and see the work in progress meant I had to rely quite a lot on my calculations on scraps of papers. There was months of back and forth discussions, location scouting,” he adds. “The design and planning I did on my own, a logistics team were coordinating the satellite and filming, then my assistant along with a team of 20 people were on site to help get it done.
- via Creative Review
RONE has gone from spearheading Melbourne’s fledgling stencil art movement in the early 2000s, as a member of the Everfresh crew, to being a celebrated fixture on the international street art scene. An inveterate traveller, his distinctive female muses have followed him around the world, and can be found – in various states of decay – peering out from beneath overpasses and emblazoned on walls everywhere from New York, Paris, Tokyo and London to Christchurch, Santo Domingo and Port Villa.
These days, Rone’s work is found as often in galleries as it is on the streets. His work has been acquisitioned by the National Gallery of Australia, commissioned and shown by galleries including Stolen Space and Zero Cool in London, White Walls in San Francisco and Strychnin in Berlin, and he is represented by Opera Gallery in New York.