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Colombia Diary: The Completed Works, The Gold Rush, and the Jaguar in You

Today a wrap up of BSA at an unusual location in Colombia to see a new initiative with Street Artists in an abandoned distillery brought back to life with their imaginations and penchant for transformation. “Uh, yellow, black, with some white… because it’s high up,” Ben Eine says as he sketches out the four letters, […]

BSA Images Of The Week: 05.20.18 / Colombia Special

You guys watch the royal wedding yesterday? We got the highlights, enough to make us cry. Not everyone is happy about these things, but then they see the hats and feathers and let it all go. Of course we wish the very best to the beautiful couple. Great week in Colombia this week as we […]

Blue Steel from the Streets. Colombia Diary : Day 4 / Interview with ERRE

Colombian Street Artist Erre began her career on the street in her home city of Zipaquirá as a teen but moved an hour’s drive south to the capital city Bogotá a few years ago to attend university and dive into the explosively growing scene on the streets there. ERRE. Colombia. (photo © Jaime Rojo) With […]

This is How It’s Done : Colombia Diary. Day 2 – Process

This week BSA is in an unusual location in Colombia by invitation to see a new initiative with Street Artists in an abandoned distillery now being brought back to life with their imaginations and penchant for transformation. Come along with us for a few days to see what we discover. In factories and in art-making, […]

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