about graffiti and stenciling, stencils, my work, my thoughts, a graphic manifesto, an opportunity to meet other people who keep shaking the bag (a crazy mo fo's dream)
I am Indigo. I live in a wrinkle in time.
I like walking through alleys at 3 in the morning.
I like music, and words, and dancing.
And the hard crust that forms on snow, and the smell of the city after rain.
I do not like peas.
I drink a lot of coffee every day, with lots of cream and sugar.
Brazilian artist Stephan Doitschinoff (aka Calma) uses stencils to compliment his brush work.
A single second is the most powerful measurement of time. It can symbolize the last fleeting moment before an end, or the clear mark of a new beginning. It might stand for both, as a once dire situation finds its way to fate and a chance to start over. It’s then that :01 becomes the most significant moment in a person’s life. It’s the blessing born of hardship. Honesty, destiny and happiness sometimes find their way easiest after dirt is kicked in our faces. This work is
The official page of the independent art project 'Local street artist', organized by Aya Tarek in cooperation with Rufy’s art center.
Through this blog, we aim to cover the updates of the Alexandrian street art scene, including the works of local street artists, organized workshops and upcoming events.
Welcome aboard! : )
Pisa73 is an artist and designer living and working in Berlin, Germany.
He started doing graffiti in 1990 and still uses spray-cans as his main tool for his artwork. In recent years he worked with stickers and posters, but mostly with complex multi-colored stencils.