You can find the work of the collaborative pair, Zebu in prints and books, but also scaling the sides of buildings, bringing colour and wonderful characters onto the streets. Zebu play with lines and minimal sets of colour but keep the shapes they create simple. The figures in their designs are no more a collection of forms […]
Sawe is an incredibly diverse, seek multitalented designer based in Barcelona. There seems no end to the range of varied projects he works on, from apparel for big brands like Adidas to animation, painting, and taking to the streets with his large, colourful murals. © Sawe, 2015
Good times are to be had in the vibrantly decorative scenes depicted in glorious colour by Annu Kilpeläinen. Intense patterns crash beautifully into one another and merge into sweet pop art eye candy. © Annu Kilpeläinen, sovaldi 2015
The fluidity, creativity and playfulness of Jon Burgerman’s doodle art work never ceases to spark an interest in me, with his work appearing on almost everything from shoes to toys to people’s arms.
This post focuses on Jon’s incredible large-scale mural work, with Jon having been kind enough to explain the process and tools behind spilling a healthy portion of his active imagination on the walls of a building.
I had the privilege today of talking to Christian Guémy, who goes by the pseudonym C215, a street stencil artist, considered by many to be France’s answer to Banksy. You may have seen his work in your city. Christian has travelled extensively across the globe to instill his work into various cultures, including Istanbul in […]