Zoer has launched his latest exhibition at the Open Space gallery in Paris in association with Graffuturism and Graffiti Art Magazine. Running from the 8th – 29th of March.
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Our friends over at DRAW A LINE have released an exclusive limited edition print designed by ZOER / CSX.
Roids recently exhibited work at Art Basel (Miami) as part of the Most Oddinism group show curated by TOPSAFE.
VISION “The Black Book of secrets and Tricks” is a limited to 333 copies edition book. It runs through graffiti and the experiences of Dems333, who discovers himself in this book with the best kept secrets he has from the last 20 years.
“There has been hard work going on during the whole process of creation of VISION. We have undertaken this project attending fully on the quality of the final result, both on the content and the presentation. One of the most important decisions we made was launching VISION in a limited edition of 333 copies, to create something special other than a simple book. Due to the small amount of copies and the quality of them, the cost of producing VISION is higher than a normal book. We decided that the best way to produce is was through crowdfunding, generating this way a direct relationship between the creators and the customers. ”
“Our goal using crowdfunding for this project is to print Vision and so it can come to life in a physical format, something the crew is excited about and is fond of achieving. We strongly believe that for the customer, this can be a really good opportunity to get hold of an exclusive and valuable piece. ”
Library Street Collective recently hosted Smash’s latest works in Detroit USA. Here are some of the photos post event.
We have recently launched the second series of the Print Sessions project. Available over at our web-shop online HERE.
Felipe Pantone and Dems333 opened on the October 4th “HEXAHEDRON EXPONENTIËLE” at Wearevoid Gallery (Amsterdam). They presented a bunch of new pieces made on purpose for this show. Canvases, drawings on paper, and combinations of silkscreen prints and glass that generate motion and add value to the optical effects of Felipe Pantone; a huge canvas, trimmed wood pieces in several levels, painted afterwards, and some prints on which Dems333 makes the most of the four letters that compose his name. The show will remain opened until October 27th.