Levi’s were running a series of events across China and they needed illustrations for patches from a range of artists covering themes such as Rock and Roll, Nightlife and Sailor Jerry. Stickerbomb curated and sourced a selection of over 150 artworks from over 20 artists for Levi’s to choose from. Levi’s then selected around 50 […]Read more
Finally, it seems like 2017 might just start off right! The Stickerbomb team is stoked to discover Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s (ABC) new miniseries-cum-documentary titled The Wanderers.Read more
A facet of street art lies in its temporality – a new piece springs up without us realising yet we’ll never know whether if it’ll be there the next day. As with the scene in any Asian country, graffiti and murals suffer from the unpredictability of their existence regardless of how they turn out or […]Read more
Amidst the bewildering world affairs that have happened, many of us would wonder if anything else even matters. Our answer is: “Hell ya, it does!!”. When artists wanna draw, they will draw!Read more
Defame’s got skulls skulls skulls.Read more
From Romania to Thailand, artists Saddo and Aitch talk about street art.
We travelled with Romanian artists Saddo (Raul) and Aitch (Helena) from their charming home in Brasov to the bustling city of Bangkok to find out what they got up to at Bukruk Festival 2016.
Romanian artist Kitra hangs and bangs with the Stickerbomb team.Read more
Stickerbomb goes out, about and worldwide! We’re proud bring you some videos of our visits to artist studios.Read more
BUKRUK II Urban Arts Festival is definitely one of the events that you should not be missed in 2016. Happening from 23rd to 31st January 2016 at the riverside in Bang Rak/Klong San, this 10-day project features public wall paintings, art exhibitions, artist talks, animation night and three stages music open-air festival, visual happenings, mapping projections and workshops.Read more
We met Cath Love in Hong Kong to chat about her inspirations and thought processes behind her character Jeliboo.Read more
Since their launch in 2013, Straatosphere has been in the forefront of promoting street culture throughout Southeast Asia, bringing style, culture, entertainment, technology and business to its growing number of readers. We hang out with founders Hana and Haikal to find out more about their thoughts on the growing attention paid to street culture in […]Read more
If you’re in Hong Kong recently you will noticed its quite battered; tags, throws, pieces, its just nicely painted at the moment. Two of those most responsible are Xeme and Yumoh – we managed to catch them in the act.Read more