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This blog features news, pictures and event info to keep you updated with what is happening in the world of South African graffiti and street art.

PICS \\ Westdene Graffiti Project, Part 2

The Westdene Graffiti Project has been growing weekly, with around 40 walls painted in 2015. The overall aim of the project is to highlight the talented work of graffiti writers, while brightening up the neighbourhood and taking away any negative connotation surrounding the art form…

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2015 Round-up: Out of Africa

A lot has been happening around the African continent that makes us very excited. These “Out of Africa” posts will gather a selection of the best recent pieces and murals that we have not shared on the site before…

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2015 Round-up: Year In Review (Highlights)

We’re kicking off the year with the best highlights from 2015…

Featuring:

  • Graffiti South Africa Book Launches and Exhibitions
  • Videos Round-up
  • Woodcuts by Boeta Phyf
  • Pastelheart (RIP) Tribute
  • Competitions & Graffiti Jams Recap
  • Falko’s Once Upon A Town Project
  • Westdene Grafiti Project
  • City of Gold Urban Art Festival 2015
  • Rest of Africa
  • Graffiti Artist of the Year
  • NEW Graffiti South Africa Website

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AFRICA \\ C215 in Rwanda

French stencil artist, C215, was invited to paint for a project in Rwanda towards the end of 2015. After wanting to visit for a while, a relevant project came up via EGAM (European Grassroots Antiracist Movement)…

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2015 Round-up: What We Missed

Besides from a few events and exhibitions that we never posted, here are a few other highlights from 2015 we didn’t share. In no particular order…

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PICS \\ #NotACrime Campaign in SA

#NotACrime is a global campaign to fight injustice, with two of its biggest supporters being Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Dr Shirin Ebadi – both Nobel Peace Prize laureates. The campaign hit South African shores in November…

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PICS \\ City of Gold Fest 2015 Overview

The 2015 City of Gold Urban Art Festival is done and dusted, and was one of the best yet! Big ups to Rasty & company, and all the sponsors, for pulling off a great graffiti event and putting South Africa on the world map once again…

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