Lambros’s style of stenciling pays homage to the Masters of 18th Century Engraving. Lambros merges his meticulous esthetic with elements from Art Nouvea, Modern Art, and Graffiti. Further, his trademark style is known worldwide for it’s recurring themes of Power, Lust and Rebellion.
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Thanks so much - Russell
"I push paint."
Rene has taught art & design for almost two decades. His specialty is teaching young people the art of nicking photos from the internet and using photoshop to convert the image so that a stencil can be made. Rene stresses to his students that he can not teach them to be conceptual, but he is quick to advise them to just rip off other peoples concepts because the art world as a whole doesn't care.
Music by: Trey, Fish, Mike, and Page
Photo: art by MINTY, on Brick Lane, London
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Oakland, CA (just one)
Dozens from London, UK
C215 (just one)
Jaune (just one)
Stinkfish (just one)
Vox Romana (just one)
>NEW< MINTY (UK)
>NEW< Otto Osch Schade
>NEW< Rip (UK)
A cutout, in media
Saratoga Springs, NY (just one)
Eclair (just one)
Pride Parade, SF (just one)
Combining his love for architecture and art, Otto began painting creative pieces with one-of-a-kind urban contemporary themes. Originally starting with oil paint on canvas, Otto explored various styles and mediums from collages, to illustrations, to stencil free-hand spray paint on canvas and walls.
Thanks for the submissions: Francis Mariani, Alicia Benoit, TXMX, Eleni, Deborah, Kellan, and Brooklyn Street Art
On the turntable: Tame Impala, Robert Plant, Femi Kuti
Photo: Alicia Benoit (Siena, IT); artist unknown
>NEW< Morocco (just one)
UK (just one, for now)
Los Angeles (just one)
C215 (just one)
Sobre (just one)
STeW (just one)
Logan Hicks (just one)
Jeremy Novy (just one)
The Richmond, SF (just one)
The Mission, SF (just one)
Submission thanks to: Kevin Caplicki (Just Seeds), Josiah, Brooklyn Street Art, and fnnch
Tunes while we work (brought to you by the letter "R"): Rush, Radiohead, Rolling Stones, and Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians
Art/Photo: Vox Romana
blek (just one)
Cuba (finally! just one)
Los Angeles, CA, USA
NeSpoon (just one)
SF Upper Haight (just one)
SF Western Addition (just one)
>NEW< Vox Romana (OR)
Vermont (just one)
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