We have been following them for quite a while now, always looking forward to new works from this duo.Read more
“When making passion into a profession, you can loose the feeling of freedom/spontaneity in your work at times. So, in order to keep the fires burning, we try to work on projects that we care about.” – CBloxx of Nomad Clan.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.
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
Tell us more about yourself and your work. My names Mike Watt, I’m from Sydney, Australia. I draw and paint as often as I can, which normally consists of weird, ugly characters. What will you say is your favourite medium to work with and why? I like mixing hand made pen drawings with illustrator. I’m […]Read more
Tells us more about yourself? I hail from the island of Singapore. Here we have a close-knit society of artists that crosses a wide range of style and genre, and revels in collaborations of the creative nature. Whether it’s graffiti artists and illustrators or maestros in the art of new media, we have a good […]Read more