Internationally renowned street artist Falko returns home to Cape Town after embarking on a journey to share street art with the people of South Africa’s small towns, dorpies and settlements. The mission of this project, known as Once Upon A Town, was to uplift communities and change the locals’ perception of value and their surroundings…Keep reading →
We’re kicking off the year with the best highlights from 2015…
- 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
As mentioned in a previous post, Once Upon A Town is the new “splitpiece” graffiti project by Cape Town’s Falko One. This time he brought Rasty along and the two have aimed to paint 40 murals in ten days to create ten splitpieces!
Although it has been raining quite a bit in the town of Pella in the Western Cape, the two should be finished off very soon. We can’t wait to see the completed splitpieces because the murals are looking hella tight on their own…
Images via Rasty.co.za.
Check out a time lapse from Day 1:
Falko’s new Splitpiece project will be getting underway soon, and this time he’s bringing Rasty along!
Follow the project on Facebook HERE
and on Twitter @OnceUponATown