For its 4th edition the Urban Week festival returns to the business district of La Defense in Paris from 20 -23 September 2017 with a series of events celebrating street culture from street art, music, sports and food. Through the project … Continue reading
Famous for his large scale multicoloured murals on his own or with his crew, the Da Mental Vaporz, French street artist Brusk, is back to Paris for a new solo show ‘In Memoriam’ at Galerie Laurent Strouk. It is his … Continue reading
Following the recent Rose Beton Festival back in June ( see our full coverage here), the French pink city is currently hosting Mister Freeze ( a nod to the infamous art fair in London). Thirty international graffiti and street artists … Continue reading
Member of the Da Mental Vaporz crew , multidisciplinary artist Brusk is one of the leading figures of Street Art in France, with mastering techniques in graffiti , but also lightgraff, sculpture, installation and 3D animation. For his first Parisian … Continue reading
French graffiti artist Brusk continues his collaboration with DJ group Scratch Bandits Crew (covered here) on a new video for their single titled Soundboy. The upcoming EP Soundboy will be released on 1 December 2014. .
As we continue wandering through the streets of Paris for the Nuit Blanche (covered here) we saw the new mural from Portugese artist Vhils at the Children Hospital Necker. As they were adding the finishing touches in the Halle Freyssinet, we … Continue reading
During 3 years the Crimes of Minds project invited local and international artists to create 21 murals across the city of Brest (France), transforming the city into an urban art museum. To celebrate the end of the project and launch of a … Continue reading
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Celebrating the 64th anniversary of French magazine Paris Match, in partnership with Opera Gallery in Paris, 19 artists paid tribute by revisiting some of their iconic covers in paintings, sculptures, photos and other mixed media. Participating artists included Speedy Graphito, C215, Blek Le Rat, … Continue reading
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Tagged Andre Monet, Blek Le Rat, Brusk, C215, Dest, G.J. Plisson, Gris1, Gully, Hisham Echafaki, Kan, Opera Gallery, Paris Match, Paul Alexis, Ron Agam, Speedy Graphito, The London Police, Tilt, Zeus.
While in London French artists Bom.K, Blo, Brusk, Gris1, Jaw and Kan from the DMV crew have been busy painting some shutters with their colourful style in East London for the Walls Project .
French graffiti artist Brusk recently completed a massive mural in Meinau, Strasbourg. Composite: adjective, made up of disparate or separate parts or elements. Beyond the concept comes a 120 feet high wall to illustrate Brusk multiple techniques. Pics by Antoine … Continue reading
Earlier this year I visited the studio of the Da Mental Vaporz crew as they prepared for their australian show. Here is a great film by Fabien Didelot featuring the entire crew at work with Blo, Bom.k, Brusk, Dran, Gris1, Iso, Jaw, Kan and … Continue reading
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Tagged Blo, Bom.k, Brusk, Da Mental Vaporz, DMV, Dran, Gris1, Iso, Jaw, Kan, Sowat
French scratch DJ group Scratch Bandits Crew have collaborated with graffiti artist Brusk for their new record “31 Novembre”, coming out on 9th April 2012. Brusk designed the album cover with his colourful lines and trademark style, but also worked with motion designer ice©ream … Continue reading
The Venus II art exhibition in Lyon aims to raise awareness about breast cancer. The show is two folds. The first part gathers a new generation of artists from contemporary art, Low Brow, graffiti or tattoo at Spacejunk gallery: Vinz, … Continue reading
Following their live performance at the second Lawnfest Charity event hosted by Camilla Al Fayed and sponsored by Gallery Nosco, French artists Dran and Brusk from the DMV crew left their mark in East London. Dran and Brusk actively painted a … Continue reading