Cuma dua poster saja, cuma dua poster…. yang beberapa waktu lalu saya lepaskan ke luaran untuk merespon apapun yang terjadi disekeliling. Tentang kericuhan hal remeh temeh super tak penting dan membosankan tentang banalnya agama yang beberapa waktu ini sedang panas – panasnya dan tentang tingkah para (katanya sih) representatif yang sebenarnya tidak mewakili saya dalam bentuk apapun di parlemen sana.
Terimakasih selebay – lebaynya untuk Ambon yang sudah niat menemani mondar – mandir bersepeda sepanjang malam dan dengan lincahnya beliau sudah menjepret disana – sini. Eaaaaa…..
more photo http://antitankproject.wordpress.com/2012/05/11/agama-badut/
STREET ART & SOCIAL MOVEMENT #RESPECTA 2012
features an extensive assortment of cool and quirky font and typography designs. Including both alphabets on their own and type slogans, the stickers are fun for everyone to play with, and to use to create their own words from individual letters.
This collectable, fully-peelable sticker book is filled with an amazing collection of over 500 stickers created by artists, illustrators and graffiti writers from around the world.
Selected artists include: Chato, Dabs, Darbotz, Helen Mycroft, Mumu, Jo Contino, Nsane5, Does (LoveLetter), Niark1, Redy, Remi Rough, Suiko, Tutu, The Yok, Dater127 and much more.
Thank you for the guys at SRK
Shaz and Ryo.
*Aditional pic from Gilang Siregar
Lokasi : kali cisadane-Tanggeang
Tahun : 2012
Sumber Foto: ISAD – Indonesian Street Art Database
Sumber foto postingan di Fb Adit Here Here
VISUAL TANDA KOTA #RESPECTA2012
commisioned artwork for potatohead bali
go get the app
G'day mate, how things goin? Its been a while since i step my feet on Singapore, can't really remember anything from my last visit. It felt like my first time being there. On the first day, i paint with my good friend of mine from FAB, Cheztwo. I also suppose to paint with Jaba UB and also with Clogtwo ZNC, but the rain and this and that makes us change our schedule. To bad i didn't have the time to finally paint with them two.. Even i was late when im going to The Radical Force anniversary. I had a great time thanks to my family, Kreate, Radical Force Crew, Farhan, Red, Floor shark, Hamdi, East Rider Crew, Clogtwo, Jaba, Cheztwo, Medina, and all the bboys. Enjoy the flicks !
"MASE CREW BLACK TOTE BAG"
Black tote bag is crafted from high-quality materials, stitch with precision and durability as their wares. Perfect for carrying your laptop, spray paints, sketch book, painting tools, caps, you named it. Printed with white-colored logo on the front, has an inside pocket and a velcro to lock the bag in position. The black totes are available for purchase only IDR 25.000,- at Garduhouse
(Bandung), and Squad Urban Streetwear
MASE CREW APPAREL | 2012
Connect and create your own City
I am the crucible of the future
I am where humanity, will either flourish and fade
I am being built and rebuilt everyday
I am inevitable
But Im Not Yet Determined
I wish to be inclusive
My Potential can only be reached
You Can Forge a New Urban Outlook
Begin by connecting
Imagine A Platform
That Brings You Together
Combine the reach of the cloud with the power of the crowd
Organizations and citizens
Share your tools
Turn Them Into Action
TOGETHER YOU CAN
BRIDGE THE GAP
Between Rich and Poor Comunnities
Spectacularly Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
Make Future Part of Daily Life
I am the City 2.0
And make it Real
RESPECTA begin by connecting !!!!!!
Some kids may not know that Indonesia in 60's was quite horror, even Soekarno calls it vivere pericoloso (the year of living dangerously). Graffiti back then used for protesting the Communist society.
The Yellow Dino featured in I LIKE TOYS, self-published fanzine by TOYSREVIL about art toys,
and the art toy scene, including artists, designers, illustrators and collectors,
who make the culture enriching and dynamic! Issue #1 will be launches
online via iliketoys.storenvy.com for general public availability on
April 7th 2012 (12noon +8 GMT / Singapore-time)
Limited to only 100 copies (First Printing) with interviews with Asian-based creators such as
Gabriel DIKO Tiongson (Philippines), ANTZ, Daniel Yu and Zakane (Singapore) and
The Yellow Dino (Indonesia) and as well a slew of supportive artists and designer.
Each A5-sized ‘Zine includes a printed paperboy template (with a PixelBlox-designed by
Zakane exclusively for this issue) which you can cut and fold and make your own papertoy!
As well the ‘Zine comes “blind-packed”, with each issue including either one of these freebies:
01. 10 x Signed & Numbered Prints from ANTZ (with hand-colored elements)
02. 20 x Signed Prints from The Yellow Dino
03. Stickers from The Yellow Dino
04. Signed ‘Popstickers’ from Gabriel “DIKO” Tiongson
05. 10 x Signed “The Art Hustle 2″ Trading Cards from TOYSREVIL
06. Various Stickers from CE Contest 2 Designers
(which will only come with the “Advance Release Copy” covers!)
Price for Shipping & ‘Handling’ (anywhere in the world) is US$15 per issue,
and Issue #1 of the ‘Zine is “FREE”! Availability is limited to ONE Issue Per person, per email,
per paypal account, and is first come, first paypal-ed, first served!
See more images of Issue #1 here:
Pow Wow Hawaii 2012 Recap by graffuturism
After a long flight home and being able to watch Hawaii disappear in my window from the plane. I started to finally contemplate a bit. Since arriving in Hawaii it seemed like a whirlwind of activity. After trading in my sweatsuit and sneakers for shorts a shirt and flip flops I was ready to get started. Luckily Mike Bam had arrived a couple days before me and had sorted the paint issues so I was able hit the ground running.
Recently being involved with Art Basel Miami I had some idea of what an event like this might entail, but I knew this was far from being Art Basel. Pow Wow Hawaii was more than an art fair or street art festival. I had heard from fellow artists Samuel Rodriguez and Aaaron de la Cruz about Pow Wow Hawaii 2011. So when the opportunity came about to be able to take part in this event, I knew right away I had to check this out. After getting in touch with Jasper Wong who was directing the project and doing some research about last years event I knew this was going to be something special. I had been asked so what is Pow Wow why are you going to Hawaii. I really didn’t know how to answer that question at first. Street art festival, graffiti gathering? It was much more than either of those things. Only after a week in Hawaii with amazing people was I able to grasp what Powwow Hawaii was and is.
After talking to many of the original Pow Wow artists over a beer at the headquarters Fresh Cafe I had learned that last year only 9 artists took part. This year more than 40 artists made the trek and that is not counting all the artists that just showed up. After quadrupling in size you might think that a once close circle of artists might lose some of its closeness during the event. This was far from the case. With a local headquarters established at the local Fresh Cafe the artists were able to congregate exchange stories and rest from long days of painting at a common area. The reoccurring theme that set in day after day was community. The community of artists, the community of blogs such as Arrested motion, Complex, Booooooom, Hypebeast, Acclaim, High Fructose, but most importantly the local community. Volunteers, photographers, Video crews, supporters, partners, hosts, land owners, spectators, and too many more to mention Pow Wow Hawaii had it all. With trans-formative murals taking place around the Kakaako neighborhood of Honolulu from too many artists to all mention the neighborhood was transformed.
After a couple of days of Mural painting around town the artists finally were able to celebrate with some live painting and collaborating at the opening party at Loft in Space Gallery. From International artists to talented Local artists, graffiti artists, street artists, and so much more. All labels were left at the door and that same concept of community took over. We are very appreciative and lucky to have been a part of such a well organized and important event. After the dust settled the liquor wore off and walls were given there final touches, we celebrated with a traditional luau at the Pow Wow compound on the North Shore. Gracious hosts, amazing food, and old fashion writers bench style circles where legends, rising stars, and everyone in between sat and exchanged black books, stories and a memorable moment we wont all forget.
text by Graffuturism
is a kids brand. Its owners are the very cool parents of lil' Rinjani (their daughter). After they launced thier previous series called Daddy Was A Fanboy
, this time they've asked me to draw a horse for their newest Friends Of The Birdies Artist Series
which features three other artists Loveshugah, Astronautboys and Pope. And this is how it looks. A cute Stereoflow drawing organizer.
Isn't it just too cute? I think I'm gonna buy me one too. Do visit their website
to see the other artists products and how to order them.
L to R:
Loveshugah, Pope, Astronautboys.
(source: The Babybirds)