SeiLeise is a street artist from Cologne. With his colourful paste-ups he has declared war on the grey of the cities and comments on current events; partly playfully, partly with explicit social criticism. At the same time, seiLeise is considered a pioneer of reverse graffiti. For this, he cleans dirty walls, some of them covered with moss – equipped with a sandblaster, a compressed air bottle and a stencil – and thereby sets very quiet, inconspicuous artistic accents. Only if you look closely will you discover his stencil works.
SeiLeise ist ein Kölner Street Art-Künstler. Mit seinen farbenfrohen Paste-Ups hat er dem Grau der Großstädte den Kampf angesagt und kommentiert das aktuelle Zeitgeschehen; teils spielerisch, teils mit explizit sozialkritischem Bezug. Gleichzeitig gilt seiLeise als Pionier des Reverse Graffiti. Dafür reinigt er…Read more
Eddy Plu is the pseudonym for the anonymous Dutch artist from Amsterdam. Along with LEGO works, Plu is currently exploring new mediums to convey his art, such as spray cans and canvas.Read more
MRSN is a Los Angeles based street artist who works predominantly with stencils and spray paint. She discovered her passion for stenciling in her middle school art class, but really started creating in her early twenties.Read more
Composition is our religion, we work hard in defining the best drawing for any given space. We develop our geometric compositions directly on the surface by creating a huge stencil with tape, this allows us to create shapes that adapt perfectly to the place they are supposed to be. There is a huge thinking behind every single shape we draw.
La composizione è la parte fondante dei nostri lavori, il nostro obiettivo è trovare il miglior disegno per ogni spazio che ci viene proposto. Costruiamo le nostre geometrie direttamente in loco, questo ci permette di entrare nello spazio in maniera liquida, adattandoci perfettamente ad esso. Ogni singola linea è risultato di un lungo pensiero compositivo.Read more
OUCH is charmed by the democratic qualities of the pop scene and his ability to deliver a powerful message through symbols of mass culture. The artist interprets vocabulary and iconic subjects to reflect on the nature of human progress and its underlying value.Read more
In the midst of an economic crisis in 2001, there were too many ads in public spaces. They seemed to be everywhere. And I didn’t like looking at ads. I saw my artwork as an alternative way of using public space. And then in 2003, during the invasion of Iraq, I was further inspired to use public space to transmit messages. The global political situation — at the time — motivated me to make my own mark.Read more
Miss Fuck is a French artist, born in 1973.
A self-taught artist, since her childhood, Miss Fuck has felt close to the artistic world in general. She likes to vary her techniques, though most of the time she does stencil and spray-painting.
With time, Miss Fuck likes to evolve her creation techniques, she refuses to take the easy route or banalities, and always tries to renew her work. This is why street has become her favorite playing field, source of inspiration, place of exhibition. The urban space allows her a certain closeness with her public.
All her canvases resemble her and are a direct reflection of her thoughts. Due to her art, she is able to express her joys and sorrows. She uses bright and bold colors like her speech, the slight punk aspect brings in a touch of revolt, an important aspect for Miss Fuck.
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My work is rooted in paper cutting. I use a pencil and an exacto knife - cutting from a single sheet of material. The reductive process always begins with a loose kinetic drawing, directly onto the material to be cut. Deciphering what will be negative and positive space throughout drawing sessions - what emerges needs to have both the structural integrity to retain its form as well as work aesthetically; having a “flow” that’s expressive of the initial line drawing.Read more
Endless is a London-based artist. His provocative and radical creations tell a story of our world that is bold and intense. Starting out using the walls of our nation’s capital as his canvas, Endless’s reputation has risen to capture the attention of its residents, foreign visitors and the media alike. The public buzz around his work has snowballed, to a point where now iconic brands, celebrities and the art world all know his name.
Today, Endless continues to devote a large portion of time to art on the streets. But his most exclusive work can be found in London’s most prolific galleries, as well as within the homes of the well-established.Read more