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Mr. Brainwash comes to Woodstock and brings street art to the gallery scene.
Two blank walls. Two artists. 90 minutes on the clock. It's game on.
An exclusive Q&A with in-house designer Jon Tang on the inspiration behind this season’s hottest looks.
36,000 square feet of legendary street art. 3,000 peeps. DJs and live hip-hop everywhere we turn. An epic warehouse party in Berkeley that would forever change our concept of partying.
In Brussels, there’s more than meets the eye when it comes to after-hours pursuits of creativity and partying.
For the Autumn-Winter 2012 PUMA Social Playmates campaign, sportlifestyle brand PUMA commissioned French street artist and illustrator Keflione to create an art piece that best captures the idea of urban play and how to turn cities into urban playgrounds. The illustration with the artist’s emblem is featured in the PUMA Social Official Play Guide and will be available in Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia and Hong Kong in limited quantities.
We caught up with the artist at his studio in Shanghai recently. Meet Keflione.
Forget the sun. It’s the late dark LA nights and its after-hours art universe of local galleries and boozy drinks that has us feeling nocturnal.
Our obsession with street art around the globe has led us everywhere from the back alleys of Granada to the inner circle of Berlin’s true graffiti pioneers. To wrap up this street art series, we couldn’t think of a better hood to profile than the very nerve centre of London’s rich and diverse urban art scene: Brick Lane.