Stormie Mills on street art, graffiti and the final frontier of humanity"When you are starting you can be free with what you do. You can experiment, be bold, and adventurous... Stormie at home in his studio ......Read more →
In Conversation: DARBOTZ on JAKARTA"There are too many shapes and colours in the streets, I want to make my work bold...where it catches your eye." If you have visited or lived in...Read more →
Iran, Sanctions and Graffiti. A Conversation with artist GORBEIn the Iranian capital of Tehran, graffiti artists consider themselves fortunate if their artwork stay on a wall for a week or so. While others ha...Read more →
XEME on Graffiti and Hong Kong livingAfter a long time, we caught up with a good friend and one of Asia's most widely respected graffiti artists, XEME. From alleyways and overpass...Read more →
CHIFUMI, Street Art, illustration and life in Cambodia and IndiaMy favourites pieces are not about the quality of the artwork, but more about all the emotional parts of the creative process. Who took part in the project, how fun was the interaction with locals and volunteers and how deep we create links with the project managers.Read more →
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