¡Prepara tu pasaporte imaginario y adéntrate con Yoshi Sislay en el universo de lo onírico. Ilustraciones inéditas, pequeños seres que cobran vida, laberintos insospechados, sueños, otros mundos, arte y un rotulador. THE es una edición limitada, numerada a mano, con cubierta en cartoné lista para personalizar. Yoshi os espera en su galería y en nuestros eventos para decorar la cubierta de vuestro ejemplar THE. No te quedes sin él. ¡Sólo 500 ejemplares! Ya en preventa.
Colorful Origami Street Art Installations by Mademoiselle Maurice. The Saint-Maurice cathedral was adorned with two installations—a geometric pattern on the front gate and a rainbow of origami on the front steps.
In high spirits at our interview, Yoshi chatted about his creative philosophy and how his life experiences and surroundings have formed the fabric of his intricate art. Find out about his latest activity, his ideas for the future and where you can seek out the current work of this painstakingly patient Japanese genius.
Christophe Bouchet and Thierry Noir first made a two-metre-high stencil from a plastic napkin fixed on a wooden frame. On the Anniversary of the Statue of Liberty, they put 42 statues on the Wall at Checkpoint Charlie. It was dangerous to paint there.
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Unless you’re a teacher overcome by marking, most people tend to leave their jobs at work, using their time at home to relax. Not this man. Caesar Baetulo clearly uses his time at home to practice his art. His canvas? Well, anything. Walls, floors, his own shoes and even the cupboards in house his have not been spared the special treatment he prescribes them, administered by his veritable army of spray cans.
Eme de M has a different approach when it comees to her style and typography in graffiti, she tries to keep it simple and does not use to many colors. The girlish images she creates usually have a disappointed or a comfortless expression on their faces together with some simple but still very meaningful text, portraying her view of daily disappointment in the world...