Don’t judge a book by its cover. Nor that of an artist and their threads. Step up the strictly all-black everything, black-metal listening, tatted and hooded Parisian graffiti legend Ilk, whose vivid works juxtaposes sharply against his exterior influences. In our exclusive film with Converse One Star, he teams up with fellow artists Keno and Horfee to demonstrate there’s more to everything than meets the eye.
Release December 4th!
We dig deep in yellow-colored styles and words from the legendary twins out of Brazil, Os Gemeos. Get a glimpse of the fabulous life of the globetrotter Cherokee, avant-garde writer Exot shows a bunch of unpublished style-pushing pieces and last but not least we have a chat and pictures from the refreshing style of Russian writer, Juice.
Else than that, we have cooked up a very juicy mix of people and styles from all over to cover the urge for any graff nerd interested in trains, walls or throw-ups with modern and unique touch from writers such as Horfee, Peach, Kaos, Egs & Finsta to name a few. Don’t sleep! Supported by: ncformula.tumblr.com
Horfee and Roids visit London for some painting and art, check it out!
Parisian artist Horfee celebrates his first exhibition in North America, “Chaos Pays” at New Image Art in Los Angeles, California.