Yearly Archives: 2009
Descopera Bucuresti ID 3
Sambata 3 Octombrie, 2009/ The Ark
Iata-ne, asa cum am promis, la o a treia Misiune Urban Guerrilla. Inscrierile au inceput si te invitam sa participi.
De data aceasta te invitam la o competitie de ‘Chalk Graffiti’, in fata cladirii Ark, sambata 3 Octombrie 2009.
Hai sambata dimineata, in echipa sau singur, incarcat cu idei despre cum poti “colora” identitatea zonei Rahova- Uranus. Pentru a te ajuta sa-ti conturezi ideile iti vom pune la dispozitie creta colorata si 2 mp de asfalt. Vom inchide strada pentru tine asa ca vei avea spatiu si libertate pentru a te exprima.“
Citeste mai multe AICI.
“The comprehensive guide to the world’s 50 best street artists. Includes the up-and-coming as well as the established greats – Banksy, Shepard Fairey, Swoon, Blek le Rat – from the world’s major Street Art locations: New York, LA, London, Paris, Berlin, Tokyo, San Francisco and Melbourne.“
“The conception of this project consistently derives from its underlying architecture – the theoretic conception and visual pattern of the Hamburg Kunsthalle. The Basic idea of narration was to dissolve and break through the strict architecture of O. M. Ungers “Galerie der Gegenwart”. Resultant permeabilty of the solid facade uncovers different interpretations of conception, geometry and aesthetics expressed through graphics and movement. A situation of reflexivity evolves – describing the constitution and spacious perception of this location by means of the building itself.“
“This film follows the illusive stencil street artist HUTCH. Shot over last year it charts the changing attitudes towards street art with the event of Cans festival in Leake St. over shadowing the Tate Modern’s Street Art exhibition. Hutch feels the ‘Banksy’ effect with an upsurge of public interest in his work, leading to offers of exhibitions and even the theft of one of his street stencils.“
“If you live in NYC and walk with your eyes open, you’ve seen Katsu’s skull grinning at you- from fire escapes, bus stops, urinals and now rooftops. In this chunnel exclusive, Red Bucket Filmmakers Nick Poe and Alex Kalman team up with the elusive Katsu to take Charles and Ray Eames’ 1977 classic “Powers of 10″ from outer space to the street.
Now Katsu, we can’t tell you much about, you know how it is. Red Bucket, we can say, have been featured in the NYTimes Magazine looking fly in vests and bathing suits and have been to the Cannes Film Festival twice with feature films. Working out of a downtown sweatshop, the crew turns it out, always fresh, never fancy, always burning the midnight oil.“