Painted in 3 hours - Johannesburg, c. 2007
Marmite’s “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark” Halloween Mural Animation
Cashril+ is only 14 years old and is already establishing himself as a talented artist. Turns out when you grow up with graffiti artist Faith47 as a mom and renowned tattoo artist Tyler Murphy as a dad, some of the creativity is bound to rub off on you.
Check out his work on http://www.cashrilplus.co.za
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In three days, Spanish graffiti artist Okuda made his contribution to the City of Gold Urban Art Festival. He transformed not only the walls in front of him, but the space around him and brought smiles to local faces. JHBlive TV followed Okuda on his mission through the city to enhance our space.
A short video of Faith 47’s ‘Fragments of a Burnt History’ exhibition. Starting in a forgotten and dusty letterpress studio and moving through the installation of the works it gives the viewer a deeper understanding of the body of work. ‘Fragments of a Burnt History’ is was shown at the David Krut Gallery in Johannesburg from November 2012 - February 2013.
Filmed and Produced by Rowan Pybus
Music: ‘Nguwe’ by Mthwakazi
Here are all the videos of the project…
Filmed by Makhulu Productions.
Graffiti artists attempt to create a private space within the city through the act of tagging, writing their pseudonym in public space. Painting is considered by many to be a cloistered process executed in a studio or private space. This video, inspired by hip-hop and graffiti culture, plays on the tensions of the a painter’s public and private identity, and his relationship to the cities of Gauteng. The title Jackson 5 makes reference both to the American Abstract Expressionist artist Jackson Pollock and the Pop group of the 60s and 70s.
Artist / director: Sean Buch
Camera / editor: Emma Jane Laurence
Sound: DJ Yoji a.k.a Simon Tollman
For more info and videos like this, visit www.citybreathproject.blogspot.com
His new exhibition starts tonight, 4 August…
A mini-documentary about the street artists in Cape Town…
‘ From Cape Town With Love reveals the world and nature of the street artist. In the inner city, where grey buildings form part of a bland landscape, a community of graffiti writers and street artists rebels not only against the law and conventions but against dull public spaces and apathy.’
The Vandal Lie Izm graffiti art exhibition took place at The Drill Hall, Johannesburg on 24 February 2011.
The Amazing Ske in Johannesburg, South Africa. Made by Ske himself…
Rebel TV at Write 4 Gold Finals in Germany:
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