Monday, 25 November 2013

Flesh Cuts

Three For View

Polar: Tag my Bag
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Cliche Skateboards, flow with Mike Long
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Sofles - Limitless
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RDC: Check this one, it’s absolutely Brilliant!

Thursday, 21 November 2013

Street Shots...

Good Mornin All

Another hit by some of the RDC Crew this morning.

RadDad with couple of 'love birds sitting on a fire fighter axe' from the iAm Series and Vez with a couple of writes... Nice!

Flesh Cuts

Three For View

Artistic and Rocking Graffiti Art Work
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Longboarding: Sunrise Shred with Brian Bishop
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Kids Paint Workshop Montana Gallery, Barcellona
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Monday, 18 November 2013

Street Shots... Morning

Good Mornin All

RadDad and Vez hooked up early this morning and visited a spot they hadn’t been to for some time. The graffs inside the building were still in-tacked but there was signs of junky infestation with bloody needles, spoons and various debris associated with the use - there of.

Putting that to one side, the session was good with RadDad thrownin down another iAm paint and Vez with an “All you need is Love” piece and a Vez write up.

The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.
Pablo Picasso 

Sunday, 17 November 2013

Street Shots... Sheffield, UK

Back Street Urbexing
Pics by Fiona Milne









More of Fiona’s adventures... HERE

Saturday, 16 November 2013

Street Shots... Australia

All Your Walls - Stage One
With Dean Sunshine

I’ve been working on this project for 6 months... take a look.

Look at more... HERE

Monday, 11 November 2013

Street Shots... Sheffield, UK

Pic from Fiona Milne









To see more pics of Fiona’s explorations go... HERE

New Product...

New Drawing Board

Check in on Drawing Boards for this ace new graphic deck design called ‘Potions’.

With some cool bathroom cabinet concoctions like ‘Mongo Cure’, ‘Anti-Toe Drag Tonic’, ‘Scooter Repellent’ and ‘Melon Grab Miracle Gel to name just a philtre few.

This plywood beauty would make us skate happy all day long!

To see more and get one go... HERE

Saturday, 9 November 2013

Hang Outs... London

D*Face Book Launch & Signing

The Art of D*Face: One Man and His Dog
14.11.13, 6 - 9pm
Thursday 14th November, 6 - 9 pm.

D*Face will be in attendance at the gallery signing copies of his brand new hard back book.
Also available on the night will be special limited edition boxed versions of the book, each containing a signed & numbered screen print. (image to be revealed at a later date) @ £150.

Limited edition of 400:
100 London Launch (of which only 85 will be for sale)

17 Osborn Street   
London E1 6TD   
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 5 November 2013

Keepin Up With... Alice Pasquini

3 Week Trip in 3 Cities

Singapore, Yogyakarta, and Ho Chi Minh, searching for urban art and underground culture in Southeast Asia

When the Italian Institute of Culture in Singapore asked me to teach a workshop at LaSalle College of the Arts, I immediately asked myself how I was going to confront the argument of public art in a place I don't know much about.  In reality, the time spent with the students, their enthusiasm and desire for freedom during a weeklong workshop where we created a mural on the LaSalle Campus, taught me that geographic and cultural distances in art are all relative.  From this starting point, traveling in Indonesia (Yogyakarta) and Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City), getting to know the local urban art and local artists, was a push to paint in different environments.  
When one travels in the Western world, often times it can seem that you aren't really expanding your horizons.  The idea to take a long trip on a different continent so far away excited me because I was in need of new inspiration. What I saw was amazement and admiration for urban art and I was able to encounter growing subcultures.  Part of this is because when you travel, you are more apt to indulge you senses and let yourself go with the flow of what surrounds you.  
Sometimes we're forced to adapt: for instance painting with horrible local spray paints or letting go of our daily habits, like a good espresso!  All this in order to discover that it's all relative - you can create some interesting effects using old spray paint meant for cars and in the end the taste of Vietnamese coffee is different but really good.

~ Alice Pasquini

Friday, 1 November 2013

Flesh Cuts

Three For View

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GoPro Backflip over 72ft Canyon
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Edit by: Adam Cable