“Mehdi Idir (Manifeste Productions) and Marko93 finalized a video technique which permits to draw with the light. This video shows a graffiti artist during a night trip in Paris while he “paints” over the main monuments and places of the capital. “
“El Mac painted this beautiful mural in front of Sàn Art, an independent artist space, and just outside the offices of The Propeller Group in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam. It is based on a photo of Kosoom, the grandmother of El Mac’s girlfriend.
All of the photographs included in this video as well as the footage of motorbikes zooming through the city were taken by El Mac. Part of his process, is documenting different people from different places and selecting a handful to paint on walls around the world. We wanted this video piece to be a reflection of how El Mac saw the world of Viet Nam for the first time, taking it all in, and juxtaposing the fast paced life in the city with this giant portrait that would literally slow people down in admiration as they passed by.
Music: Yes – Heart Of The Sunrise”
“Living Decay ” project
2008 \ 2012
“In the amazing set of the Lofoten Islands in the North of Norway, two Norwegian artists, Dolk e Pøbel, make huge paintings on the walls of abandoned houses bringing them back to life.
“Living Decay”: a documentary about painting and seagulls, spray and clouds, landscape and empty houses in the middle of nowhere.
In the summer of 2008 the two talented Norwegian street artists took on the challenge of Lofoten Islands countryside in Norway to create large-scale murales on the faces of abandoned houses which are about to be demolished.
“Living Decay” is suggestive daily log that narrates through seven chapters, the making of these huge paintings inside the unique northern landscape.
The documentary opens and closes with the narration by the American artist John Fekner, pioneer of ’70 street art.
The soundtrack alternates between original tracks by “Starving pets” and tracks by “Perturbazione”, “Armstrong?” & “Farmer Sea”.”
“EndoftheLine proudly presents the making of ‘Mission Impossible : Ghost Protocol – Aerosol Mural’ for Paramount Pictures, December 2011.
The short video documents the painting of a 85m Squared mural in the heart of Clerkenwell by Aerosol artist Jim Vision.
Inspired by the film’s gravity defying stunts the vast majority of the mural was created using abseiling and rope access techniques.
Thank you to all the crew who made this possible and recorded the process, Big Jim, MOJO and Bright Black Film, Toby Skills, Miss M, Ciara, Tom, Big Al, Safety Jim, 303DB, the Ben’s and Jet the lifter man.
Many thanks to longstanding client Paramount Pictures UK for commissioning us once again.”
“I have explored the idea of shooting time-lapse with a long time friend and talented artist who operates under the alias of NEVER (aka Never Satisfied) in Atlanta, Georgia. Never has been out of commission recently due to knee surgery followed by a nasty staph infection. While only partially recovered, he agreed to shoot for the time-lapse challenge. The artwork is titled “The rent is too damn high” and features a begging owl with droopy, drug induced eyes (prescribed pain killers). The inspiration for this creature came as a result of Never being in so much suffering due to his knee surgery along with his recent apartment hunting in NYC where he will be relocating later this month.
“4000+ single frames shot over 8 hours.
Artwork by Brisk and Shiz. Music and Video by 303db.
Equipment used Nikon D5000 Tamrom 10-24mm, Lensbaby Composer with Double-glass and fish-eye optic.
Shouts-out to: 2Rise, JXC, Hules, Box-Spinner, Clarkey, The Graffiti Queen, Joeppo, Datachump, Letty, Drax, Doze, WRH and TND.”
I honestly think that the music chosen for this video is not great but the art itself is beautiful
“Hush returns to Los Angeles with a new collection of work reflecting his unique blend of street and cross-cultural aesthetics. Playing primarily with the idea of duality, the exhibition is a carefully calibrated experience of Twin paintings—15 mixed-media woks on canvas. Using the symbolic subject matter of the female form, Hush has produced a large-scale installation in which the gallery walls capture the essence of “action painting” and “pure expressionism” along with traditional elements of fine art.
As a body of work, TWIN explores the nature of duality. By varying his approach to the same image, Hush exposes nature’s inherent polarity. The juxtaposition of light and dark reveals the complexity of conflict and unity—and dichotomies present within the human ego. TWIN is a fascinating confrontation and debate on common conceptions of power, innocence, beauty and sexuality. The collection also represents the blending of the street art aesthetic- as simultaneously destructive and beautiful.”