This article was posted by Chino 14 hours, 55 minutes ago.
I was in New Haven, Connecticut last weekend for Site Project Inc’s “Art in the Park” at the Coogan Pavilion. The 2 day event featured live painting, panel discussions and workshops. It was a good time had by all! Big thanks to Site Projects Inc and Lou Cox at Channel 1 for having us. Here are a few of my photos from the event.
Terrible Nasty TKid going in.
Muck surprised us by painting portraits of me, TKid and Part.
TKid and Part
© Chino & 12ozProphet - Friday October 31, 2014
This article was posted by Los Montana 3 days, 10 hours, 43 minutes ago.
MTN WATER BASED STUDIO WORKS X SICKBOY from Montana Colors on Vimeo.
The studio ‘ La Escosesa‘ in Barcelona is a place which offers possibilities for both interior studio work as well as open air exterior work. These are the conditions in which we will see this last episode of MTN Water Based Studio Works together with british artist Sickboy from Bristol, UK. We get to follow yet another artist which finds the MTN Water Based 300 to be the perfect tool for his needs as a painter in this video signed by Germán Rigol.
© Los Montana & 12ozProphet - Tuesday October 28, 2014
This article was posted by Handselecta 4 days, 6 hours, 39 minutes ago.
Cons did a nice little profile piece on Kaput last week. Check it out.
© Handselecta & 12ozProphet - Monday October 27, 2014
This article was posted by Greg Lamarche 1 week, 1 day, 4 hours, 52 minutes ago.
If you are in Brooklyn this Saturday drop in and grab a free print while they last…
© Greg Lamarche & 12ozProphet - Thursday October 23, 2014
This article was posted by Bates 1 week, 4 days, 2 hours, 12 minutes ago.
Style Wars on Blu-ray. Available November 4th, 2014.
Featuring a brand new HD transfer from the original 16mm print.
Over 70 minutes of never before seen extras including:
-The Outtakes and The B-Boy Showcase, made from unreleased footage, remastered with the help of donations from Kickstarter, also in HD.
-Style Wars: In The Cutting Room, a behind the scene look at the making of the film during the final stages of the editing process.
© Bates & 12ozProphet - Monday October 20, 2014
This article was posted by Chino 1 week, 6 days, 2 hours, 44 minutes ago.
October 17 - 23, 2014 - one week only.
The 7:45pm screening on Friday, October, 17 and the 7:00pm screening on Saturday, October, 18 will feature a post-film Q&A with the film’s director Manny Kirchheimer. I’ll doing a small slide show presentation with images from the film at the 8:00pm screening on Tuesday, Oct 21.
Location: Peter Jay Sharp Building
BAM Rose Cinema
30 Lafayette Ave,
© Chino & 12ozProphet - Saturday October 18, 2014
This article was posted by Bates 1 week, 6 days, 21 hours, 28 minutes ago.
This is the first in a new series of videos made simply to show painting process and technique. Piece painted entirely using Astro fatcap and Gold fatcaps.
Music: “Funds Up” by Tim Gunter
Shot/Cut: Selina Miles
Supported by Ironlak
© Bates & 12ozProphet - Friday October 17, 2014
This article was posted by Bates 1 week, 6 days, 21 hours, 35 minutes ago.
outside Stockholm theres a place called Snösätragränd!
located in a industria area, packed with paintings, check it!
© Bates & 12ozProphet - Friday October 17, 2014
This article was posted by Los Montana 2 weeks, 2 days, 4 hours, 56 minutes ago.
MTN WATER BASED STUDIO WORKS X JONONE from Montana Colors on Vimeo.
We continue to follow the line of french artists when we continue our series MTN Water Based Studio Works, and this time we present a true celebrity of graffiti art: Jonone. His characteristic style of calligraphy has always been a important street aesthetic related to tagging.
After years of active painting many of the old school writers has come to be reluctant towards the use of aerosols in their works thanks to their bad experiences of getting exposed to highly toxic fumes from the industrial aerosol brands which haunted the market before the specialized paints of today came along.
Getting your hands on a product like MTN Water Based, a aerosol which can be used indoors without the inconveniences of traditional sprays, might be a huge advantage for this artist. In the same way as twenty years ago, Montana Colors has once again became pioneers through the release of a product such as this one.
© Los Montana & 12ozProphet - Wednesday October 15, 2014
This article was posted by Bates 2 weeks, 4 days, 3 hours, 53 minutes ago.
Walter Josef Fischer—known here in Hamburg, Germany, as OZ—was a fucking legend, even if most people could never pick him out of a crowd. Aged and slow with a worn, creased face and a hunch, he walked unseen with me through Hamburg as he painted walls and swore at trains. And yet, with his spray can, he’d changed the face of this city.
Up until his death last Thursday, the 64-year-old left his tag—a simple smiley face—hundreds of thousands times on local walls, sidewalks, roofs and lampposts.
Vocativ got a last glimpse into the world of Germany’s legendary, inscrutable OZ before his death last Thursday
© Bates & 12ozProphet - Monday October 13, 2014