Loads of hard work put in to this video. Huge stencils cut out in abandoned metal buildings and then spray painted by the the activist collective Indecline.
In this episode of Art World, our host travels to San Pedro Sula, Honduras, one of the most violent cities in the world. There, local artists are taking back their neighborhoods from violent street gangs with the help of graffiti. Our host meets with two young street artists, Rei Blinky and Maeztro Urbano, who are dedicated to bringing art back to San Pedro Sula and creating real change through positive spaces for young people to express themselves.
With his debut film, Me At The Zoo (Sundance 2012), Chris Moukarbel established a new directorial style that involved accessing a significant amount of user-generated footage from various social media outlets. He used this style to tell the story of Internet celebrity Chris Crocker and the birth of YouTube.
Moukarbel was approached by HBO to chronicle Banksy self imposed NYC residency. Banksy Does New York premiered in Nov 2014. He is also creator of the new HBO series Sex Now which explores sex and relationships in the Information Age. His work often explores ideas around technology and identity.
This short video depicts the intense personality and passionated work of Madrid based hyperactive artist Neko. Subvertising master and street artist with a message, Neko is always in movement, blending together talent and a need for self-expression, before throwing the mix on walls.
11 minute interview with Aryz about how it is to both be doing murals and studio art.