February 12, 2014
You ever look at Graffiti Art magazine from Paris? It has really turned into such a great quarterly and this new issue number 20 has MOMO on the cover! Also finally an article about the fascinating occurrence of a number of twin duos who work in the Street Art scene today.
Graffiti Art Magazine Cover with MOMO.
Profiled are Os Gemeos, How & Nosm, Skewville, Sobekcis, and even Miss Van, who reveals that she is one half of a twin set. Because the magazine has such impeccable taste, it also features portraits of Skewville and How& Nosm by our own editor of photography Jaime Rojo. Check it out!
Graffiti Art Magazine #20. How & Nosm portrait taken by Jaime Rojo at their studio.
To order the new issue go to Graffiti Art Magazine
The French contemporary art magazine Graffiti ART has just released their New York issue, giving an overview of historical and current players on the graffiti/street art scene in New York City. Along with profiling the work of people like Keith Haring, Patty Astor, Crash, Dan Witz, and How & Nosm, you’ll find a nice piece about your favorite street art blog, Brooklyn Street Art (BSA).
Special thanks to editor Samantha Longhi, who once wrote a regular column here on BSA with her Top 5 Stencils of the Week, for her inclusion of us in this issue, and to BSA readers for your continued support. We appreciate the recognition for our work and labors of love.
GraffitiART issue #17 on news stands now. (photo © courtesy of Graffiti ART)
BSA shares the spread with some true leaders At149th Street in the New York Issue of GraffitiART. Thank you to Martha Cooper for the photo! (photo © courtesy of Graffiti ART)
Click here for more on the Graffiti ART Magazine New York Issue.
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Logan Hicks (US, New York)
Opening June 10th, from 6pm
Supported by Malibu
Solo show June 10 – July 3
Logan Hicks lives in New York and works within the artistic pool of Brooklyn. His relationship to the city is passionate and his fascination has remained unchanged over time. That led him to keep photographing facades, streets, subway tunnels he reproduces through so hyperreal.istic stencils. He is a pioneer in this field, he has created without being emulated but never equaled.
Today, he develops a new very graphic direction. His new works are going towards the treatment of more pronounced lines, with a smoothness and clarity unrivaled in the world of stencil art, as if the tool did not count anymore.
With a career spanning more than ten years, Logan Hicks has emerged as one of the most important artist in the international street art scene.
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