Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening :
1. Don Rimx x Owley “Olor A Azucenas El Perfume Del Barrio”
2. Street Art Singapore (VICE)
3. LATINO Legends STREET ART in my BACKYARD! | Los Mendozas
4. Kitt Bennett “Sleeping Giant”
BSA Special Feature: Don Rimx x Owley “Olor A Azucenas El Perfume Del Barrio”
New Yorker/ Puerto Rican Street Artist Don Rimx illustrates his world and ours with his historical people, characters, and archetypes. For this recent piece in
The mural symbolizes “a cultural bridge”: a flower vendor famous to San Juan, Puerto Rico. As
Street Art Singapore (VICE)
A quick study of the scene in Singapore at the moment, featuring a graffiti group of style writers and illustrators called RSCLS and a more traditional muralist named Yip Yew Chong. The vandalism laws are strict and violent, yo! So how do you get around them. Carefully. Also heavier topics like institutionalized racism, the surveillance state, and censorship are all hit on.
Respect to Vice for capturing these folks and their stories.
LATINO Legends STREET ART in my BACKYARD! | Los Mendozas
Santana, Selena, Vicente Fernandez, and Frida?
They are all heroes of Hispanic heritage in the house of Instagram comedian Jay Mendoza in Los Angeles. With the help of muralist Gustavo Zermeño
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Kitt Bennett “Sleeping Giant”
Yes, it will remind you of Ella &
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