Pow Wow Hawaii 2013

January 03 2014 . 12:46am

POW! WOW! HAWAII 2013 from POW! WOW! Hawaii on Vimeo.

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013 brought together many global talents in both graffiti and street art. This video highlights some of the amazing work produced by those involved in the experience. Pow Wow not only embraces the many styles of those artists contributing but also Hawaiian culture and people. This years festival, happening February 8th – 15th, will host both returning artists and those new to the project for an incredible line-up.
Give yourself a moment to visit: powwowhawaii.com

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Arrested Motion | City of Fire at Stephen Webster, Beverly Hills

June 05 2012 . 08:08pm

Artists: Cyrcle, Thomas Doyle, Ron English, James Jean, Kid Zoom, Dave Kinsey, MARS-1, Patrick Martinez, Pedro Matos, REVOK, Rostarr, Andrew Schoultz, SABER, Jeff Soto, Judith Supine, TrustoCorp, Mark Dean Veca, Nick Walker, and Adam Wallacavage.

Find out more at: arrestedmotion.com

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Juxtapoz Magazine: Last Night’s Scene: Blue Print for Space

December 04 2009 . 03:37am

The word is electric. Last night’s premiere opening of Blue Print for Space, the newest gallery addition to the annual Primary Flight mural commissioning in Miami, was like an Oscar showing for urban art.

Upon walking up to Blue Print, we were immediately inundated by familiar faces. Mac, Retna, Revok, Augor, Nick Walker, Reyes, SheKillsHe, and many more were in the house.

Curated by BOOkSIIII, the event featured murals and wall pieces by Bask, Augor, Blackbooks, C215, Chris Stain, D*Face, El Mac, Ron English, Shepard Fairey, Logan Hicks, Retna, Reyes, Revok, SheKillsHe, Jeff Soto, Tes One, Typoe, Zevs, and others.

With an open bar, movin’ beats, and a packed house, it’s safe to say Blue Print was the space to be last night. The exhibit will remain open to the public through January 2nd, 2010 at Art Center, 800 Lincoln Road in Miami.


Crowds lined up outside


The whole crew inside: Mac, Nick Walker, Retna, Augor


Palm tree-lined outdoor area


Don’t mess with the boar’s head


BOOkSIIII and wife, Cristina


Checkin out the work


Augor wasn’t sure which way was up


El Mac and Nick Walker


Mac’s piece


Bask’s massive Dobra Den


Click Clack, Bang Bang


The Miami humidity was in full effect, inside and out


Tes One and Jeff Soto pieces


Keeping the beats moving

Beats by Dr Dre headphones, customized by Retna and Tes One. Each artist was asked to customize a pair of these sweet headphones to be auctioned off for charity. We tried to get our hands on a pair, but charity is for charity!


Piece by Retna


The artists honored


Typoe’s I Would Be Like Jesus

Revok made it out of jail (for the second time in a month) with the help of “a really good lawyer.” Good to see him out and about in Miami.


Hats off!

Shepard Fairey wall seen on our way to the after party…more on that soon.

SOURCE: http://www.juxtapoz.com/Current/last-nights-scene-blue-print-for-space

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Giant Robot Biennale 2 at Japanese American National Museum

October 24 2009 . 05:11am

Curated by Giant Robot co-founder and co-editor Eric Nakamura, this expanded follow-up to the 2007 exhibition Giant Robot Biennale: 50 Issues will highlight artists associated with the magazine over the past 15 years.

David Choe • James Jean • Souther Salazar • Theo Ellsworth • kozyndan • Stella Lai • Jack Long • Albert Reyes • Jeff Soto • Rob Sato • Deth P. Sun

Providing an overview of the Giant Robot aesthetic, this multi-faceted exhibition will celebrate the depth and diversity of perspectives found within the Giant Robot experience through a series of components that visually represents the magazine’s ethos.

GR2 includes installations by David Choe, James Jean, and Souther Salazar, in addition to works by Theo Ellsworth, kozyndan, Stella Lai, Jack Long, Albert Reyes, Jeff Soto, Rob Sato, and Deth P. Sun.

Other components feature a group show of more than 50 other artists; a retrospective for longtime magazine contributor Ben Clark; a tribute to the kaiju scene featuring collaborative works made by indie sculptor and artist Yukinori Dehara, UglyDolls co-creator David Horvath, and Portland-based underground toy legend LeMerde; and four custom videogames developed by the Attract Mode Collective in conjunction with some of Giant Robot’s favorite artists.

Opening Reception will begin at 6pm and is FREE to the public.

October 24, 2009 – January 24, 2010
Opening reception: Saturday, October 24, 2009, 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Japanese American National Museum
369 East First Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
janm.org
(213) 625-0414

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