BisserBisser - he's so nice, you say his name twiceBisser hails from Leuven, Belgium and his name means encore, or repeat. He feautured in a number of our Stickerbomb books and we recently visited h...Read more →
Peap Tarr and Lisa Mam #artlife in Phnom Penh, CambodiaPioneers of graffiti and street art in Cambodia, Peap Tarr and Lisa Mam catch up with us and let us know what they have in store for 2022.Read more →
Introducing 'Chip7Land'CHIP7 has been working on street art and graffiti for over 20 years. He was founding member of legendary crew MAYHEM and was cited as a future ...Read more →
Introducing 'KOWLOON BUSTLE'
A once in a lifetime opportunity to see Hong Kong through the eyes of a legendary artist. This pocket size book is an artwork to itself and will transport readers instantly to today’s Hong KongRead more →
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 →
TUTU on Indonesia, Post-Graffiti and ever-evolving styles.With a love of the Jakarta urban landscape, his vibe today is more geometric, more organic, more 'post-graffiti' and after 20 years of painting th...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 →
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