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Basquiat – The artist and his New York scene

Imagine the following: it's 1979, you’re young, in love and living in the East Village of NYC. Your boyfriend is not just creative, he...

Michelangelo – A different view

In the spring of 2017, Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra paid a remarkable tribute to the Renaissance painter Michelangelo, by painting an enormous portrait...

Freedom of Movement

A typical characteristic of Street Art culture is that it is global. This arises, among other things, from the scene itself, where the canvas...

DAVID LYNCH – Someone is in my house

Best known for his bizarre, surreal films – such as Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart, Mulholland Drive and the transcendent tv-series Twin Peaks –...

Sky’s the Limit, Painters of the Extreme

Within everything in life, I always have a special feeling for people who have the confident to stand for something and dare to take...

Visiting Big Art

When walking from metro station Spaklerweg, Amsterdam, a massive building rises up. Separated by a not too big canal and a grey, concrete shielding...

Mural Istanbul part 2

Because the annual Mural Istanbul is such a success, the organizers extended the festival to other districts and municipalities of the city. This year...

Mural Istanbul Part 1

For the seventh time this year, the festival Mural Istanbul took place. This edition was held in two different municipalities of Istanbul between June...

Etnik for the 12+1 project

The Swedish artist Etnik has just completed his latest mural, for Contorno Urbano's 12+1 project in Barcelona. The 12+1 project is a proposal put...

Review: Making all stops. New York subway photography vol.1

 Whenever I visited my family in Yugoslavia in the 90's, me and my cousins would sit around the t.v and watch 80's movies. Simply...
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