Living in times that hope seems to have lost it’s meaning and mankind walks in paths of uncertainty and hate, Simon finds hope in the skyfall. His calligraphy leads him through inner peace and serenity to the path of wisdom, from the free skies to a free fall in the urban surroundings we have to endure. In a pure and magical way he manages to entrap us to his world of letters with one purpose, to convey his message of change and hope crashing the black era that has emerged. A better world is possible.
“This is the end, hold your breath and count to ten, feel the earth move and then, hear my heart burst again”
Simon Silaidis is a designer, a thinker, a vision-er, a pioneer… Lately he applied his life’s love of calligraphy in the rural, urban and suburban surroundings of Asia and Europe. You will spot his work in abandoned places, in the streets and in his studio using ink and bamboo pens. His style is a mix of Western, Asian and Arabian calligraphy and his vision of a new world of calligraphy based in tranquility and symmetry dominating our surrounding is in fact the inner change he proposes to world. His twelve year successful experience as designer is only the start to what is ahead.
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Ale is an extraordinary and singular swiss writer and member of the international crew VLOK. The peculiarity of this writer is his own personal and different style with influences very hard to define. Azul Avatar (Avatar Blue) is the color of choice that Ale will use to show his skills, and, on a quite charismatic surface: The train.
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A HEAVY HITTING COMPILATION OF MARCH’S RUN THRU OF ARTIST AT ‘TUFFCITY STYLES BX.’ ALSO KEEP EYE FOR “BROOK PENNING” HAVING A PHOTO SHOOT FOR HER SONG “MY HEART” RECENTLY PRODUCED BY C& C MUSIC FACTORY. THE PORTRAIT CAR WAS PAINTED BY ‘TON ONE TPA’, OZZIE WITH HELP FROM JENT 1.
ALSO KEEP EAR OUT FOR BOOTS 119
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Hip Hop: Unbound From the Underground An Ithaca Community Celebration of Hip Hop Culture
Tompkins County Public Library is excited to announce its partnership with Cornell University Library’s Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections and other community groups to offer Hip-Hop: Unbound from the Underground - An Ithaca Community Celebration of Hip-Hop Culture, April 4 through 7.
This four-day celebration, featuring events on campus and throughout the community, will include exhibit openings, gallery exhibitions, panel discussions, film screenings, concerts and three days of live, mural painting by some of the world’s finest graffiti artists.
770 Cascadilla Street, Ithaca, NY Cornell University Press Building
A lot of excitement surrounded the trip to Paris as Parisien friends had hinted towards an interesting location for the project: a tunnel and train track next to a hidden gypsy camp. After a long walk through the forest with a pack of canvasses, Does and Stephan Polman stumbled upon this trackside spot in Paris. On the way back while walking through the gypsy garden, Does found a rusty ‘get away’ van with bullet holes and could not resist the temptation of giving it a layer of paint.
After this extraordinary painting session they went straight to Paris centre, where a few glasses of fine French wine were awaiting them. On the way back they stopped at the square in front of La Basilique Du Sacre Coeur as sunrise was kicking in, the streets were being cleaned and the fresh milk was being delivered: “Il est cinq heures, Paris s’eveille”. The icing on the cake was Blankeroy’s email with beats and melodies for each of the cities they visited so far.
Exhibition - Dates & Location:
SOLO EXHIBITION BY DOES
48 Easey St, Collingwood
Opening night: Friday 5 April, 6 - 10 pm
Show running until Saturday 6 & Sunday 7 April, 10 am - 5 pm ——————————————————-
Camera | Stephan Polman
Editing | Rube Parthoens
Production Assistent | Slam The Flap
Graphic Design | Tumki
Music | Blankeroy