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VANS THE OMEGA VIDEO IRONLAK

Vans the Omega going into the Netch.


GRAFFUTURISM FEATURE ASKEW & BERST “A CONVERSATION ABOUT STYLE”

Askew Detail

Berst Detail

We got a chance to catch up with Askew and Berst and have a conversation about many things; style, progression, Netch, fatcaps as well as many other things. Anyone that has been following graffiti lately has seen the work of Askew and Berst, and if you are like me you know that they’re pushing it to the limit, as well as redefining so many techniques and styles. I can honestly say that i have not seen anything like this in the 20+ years of painting myself. There work is amazing, a true respect and foundation in letters yet with a painterly hand abstract in texture. To be able to use a can as they do, they will restructure how many of the next generation of writers approach a wall. Here at Graffuturism we encourage and always try to showcase artists that are pushing new boundaries and thinking outside the box, well Askew and Berst have completely destroyed the box. Im glad they took the time to chat with us here is the conversation we had. You can read the Whole Feature HERE


“TIMELESS” COMPOSER/ARRANGER SERIES FILM SCREENING AND AFTERPARTY

Ma Dukesmochilla.com

Ungrammar & Blind I For The Kids in conjunction with
Left Coast Live & Cinequest
Presents

The Bay Area Premier screening of

TIMELESS – COMPOSER / ARRANGER SERIES
MULATU * A SUITE FOR MA DUKES * VEROCAI
www.mochilla.com/timeless

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DAVID CHOE PREVIEW PICS FROM HIS SOLO SHOW “NOTHING TO DECLARE” IN LA


We mentioned earlier this Month about Lazarides Gallery Opening a temporary Gallery in Beverly Hills. David Choe will be leading off the Openings with his show titled “Nothing to Declare” that opens April 23rd here are some Teaser Shots. Pics via Vandalog You can read more here


GF FLICKR GROUP PIC OF THE DAY “DAN WOULFE”

Graffuturism Flickr Group Pic of the Day “Dan Woulfe” via his Flickr


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