Dirty Style. Always creating. Never stopping.
Hama Woods is a stencil artist, based in Oslo.
Her work demonstrates a reverence for nature and its immediate connection to humanity. In a search for methods to communicate the importance and revival of nature, Hama Woods stencils intuitively reflects and focuses on a sociological approach to greed and human consumption and its direct effect on our natural environment.
I'm so happy! You find my website in the immensity of the internet.
It means that you are a clever person.
Anyway... here is my universe, I know it is boring to read,
so I let the image speaking.
Have fun and don't forget to eat 5 fruits and vegetables a day.
Brimming with irony and humour, his vector-based designs or stencil-based street interventions reveal an impressive complexity and a masterful attention to detail.
cut his first stencil sometime around 1988
became theYOUNG in 2002
turned grey in 2007
Otto’s painting ranges from abstract and surrealism to even urban art. Working mainly with oil paint and traditional supports such as stretched canvas, he also practices other techniques such as collage, illustration and stencil. The themes behind his compositions read in a personal, metaphorical sense with a sharp, ironic touch.
Passionné par la technique du pochoir, Etienne Bergot alias The Dude Company a commencé à peindre dans la rue.
Ses voyages Outre Atlantique, en Europe et en Inde ont guidé ses créations.
Attiré par la ville, les paysages urbains restent son domaine de prédilection tout autant que la recherche du détail.
Ses nouvelles compositions, réalisées à partir des photos de récentes balades citadines mettent en scène Berlin, Bruxelles, Lille sa ville natale.
Elles constituent le début d’une collection signée The Dude Cities.
Drew's fascination with stencilism and street art began at a school fete where he came across a "graffiti" stall run by two mums in their forties. It cost a pound to spray up pre-cut stencils and after spending all his pocket money, he became obsessed with making his own.
There is no technique Bust doesn’t use in his pictures. Freehand with paint-brushes, markers and cans or stencils up to 8 layers. For him, there’s no limit!
Sash's interest in creating street art stems from the idea that art is for all people to enjoy and it should serve to stimulate thought and dialog in the individual. As a means to engage a broader and curious-inclined audience through her street art, Sash has developed and implemented the use of geohashtags in conjunction with social media to interact with her audience.