Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening :
1. Kiwie and Zabou in Cyprus
2. Pol Corona in Vicente Lopez (Buenos Aires)
3. Clemens Behr at ALT!rove Street Festival 2015
4. Alberonero at ALT!rove Street Festival 2015.
BSA Special Feature: Kiwie and Zabou in Cyprus
We don’t often get to post Street Art from Cyprus, but here is an entertaining look at the recent Street Life Festival in Limassol. Mainly we posted it because Kiwie from Latvia is a ham in front of the camera and Friday is a perfect time to get up and dance!
Pol Corona in Vicente Lopez (Buenos Aires) at Nai’s house
It’s barbecue and painting season bro. Come on over.
Clemens Behr at ALT!rove Street Festival 2015
Two murals in a row from this years ALT!rove – Street Art Festival in Italy, both videos from Blind Eye Factory. Going with this years theme of Abstractism, ALT!rove brought artist including 108, Alberonero, Giorgio Bartocci, Clemens Behr, Ciredz, Erosie, Graphic Surgery, Sbagliato, Sten Lex and Tellas.
Alberonero at ALT!rove Street Festival 2015.
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