We’re launched a new event, the Street Art Cinemart!
Join us on Saturday 17 November at The Bioscope Independent Cinema in Maboneng, Johannesburg.
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WE’RE MORE ACTIVE ON INSTAGRAM THESE DAYS
THE DEFINITIVE SOUTH AFRICAN GRAFFITI & STREET ART WEBSITE.
A new zine focusing on graphic illustration has dropped. The 40-pager includes South African street artists Conform, Damn Vandal, Fers, Fok, Keya Tama and Onlock - as well as Bush (who put it all together)…Keep reading →
The 2nd round of the Grayscale Graffiti Relay takes place on Saturday, 10 February. Crews will go head to head against the clock, handing over the can to a team mate every few minutes…Keep reading →
Afri Cans Festival took place at the tail end of last year in Uganda. Albeit small, the event was one of the first in Uganda. Great to see Sparrow pushing the art form in his country…Keep reading →
Graffiti Relay presented by Grayscale Urban Art Store. Crews battle it out with four members and four random letters, a race against the clock and the other teams…Keep reading →
Launched last week, a newly published book, Public Art in South Africa: Bronze Warriors and Plastic Presidents, focuses on the realm of public art with chapter dedicated to graffiti and street art…Keep reading →
Jared Aufrichtig (artist, curator and author of Expressions book) brings you “Modern Masters”, a group exhibition featuring 12 contemporary art masters within the realms of graffiti, urban art, painting, illustration, design and photography. With 6 local, South African artists as well as 6 international stalwarts (including OBEY, CASE and RISK), the show promises to delight a range of tastes…Keep reading →
New Graffiti SA banner by Onlock
Give us a follow on Instagram for more frequent uploads of the South African graffiti and street art community.
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Mr Ekse’s ‘JoVendorsBurg’ mural. Johannesburg, 2017. Photo: Cale Waddacor
Come join the celebration of an incredible legacy, in loving memory of Durban graffiti artist Delon 4GIVN Moody. “All he ever wanted was to make everyone happy, so let us celebrate his incredible legacy the way he would’ve wanted - full of paint!”
Friday, 7th April 2017 at The Winston Pub, Glenwood
Live graffiti by: WosOne, Taik, Stops, Mook Lion, Spook, Giffy, Hoser.
Tribute piece by Mook Lion, Winston Pub (2016).
Photo by @DurbanStreetArt - check them out on Instagram.
Skubalisto & Mr Fuzzy Slippers form the creative vehicle called ‘The Bridge’. The duo has been collaborating for a few years and have been invited by Grand Daddy Boutique Hotel to showcase some of their new works…Keep reading →
Jarrett Erasmus presents Renegotiating The Street, the first part of a proposed project to fulfill a MA in Fine Art at the University of the Witwatersrand…Keep reading →