Vancouver based graffiti artist Scott Sueme just got interviewed by the Hot Art Wet City Gallery for their weekly video blog. Check out his recent work over at his page and also the latests interviews over here
BALLAST MON AMOUR is a 25min documentary, filmed in one year, it’s a pretty special documentary since it deals graffiti vandal in the purest of these states! It is therefore left only 25 copies, this is a underground movie that gives “hand to hand” it is to be a first projection in the city of PAU in the gallery TYPE 22. Tristan Mausse to travel throughout France going to meet the most passionate writers, of the slovenia spain or italy, the film shows a lot of action footages, but also a back voice throughout Film of a graffiti trainwriter to fully lived his passion for 10 years traveling around the world to paint trains! All on a soundtrack electro, hip-hop.
The Copenhagen bound HipHop collective BopGunn just released a trailer for an upcoming episode from Buenos Aires. Stay tuned in for more info about the release in fall/winter.
Esteemed English photographer Will Robson-Scott has long documented the uncanny styles of Parisian graffiti writer Horfe. As their relationship has developed, so too has their individual artistic pursuits. With a penchant for graffiti that borders on the fantastical, the PAL Crew’s stylistic absurdity is only rivaled by their ubiquity in the European landscape. The two friends have maintained contact over the years, and were recently reunited in New York City when Peace and Love’s Horfe, Gorey, Cony, Tomek, Esso, Saeyo, Mosa and Skub made a trip stateside. Far away from their first auspicious meeting in the city of lights, Robson-Scott shot and spoke with Horfe and the rests of his pals.
Read the whole interview over here