Funny video of Ceet painting in Shenzhen, China. ‘Chickens every where, humour in the street, to be continue.’
‘I believe I can fly. I believe I can touch the sky.’
Berns se introdujo en el graffiti en los anhos 90’s y ha cumplido una labor muy importante en la historia del Graffiti Peruano. Tras seleccionar talentosos Street
Artists amigos suyosl, crearon el DMJC, la Crew con mas antiguedad y vigencia del Peru. Forma parte también de la crew AOS international. Berns siguio desarrollando su estilo salvaje hasta Nueva Zelanda, donde comenzo su particular romance con los trenes de carga. Actualmente vive en Francia donde está terminando uno de sus projectos que consiste en incluir en su pieza el nombre de algunos de los miembros de su crew.
This time, the expo by Fasim has been accompanied by a fabulous mural with some special guests. Dibo, Rois and Fons aka Smote teamed up with the Barcelona artist in an exhibition of top notch graffiti wildstyle. An unmatched get together of talents and life paths materialized in the excellent result on the wall.http://www.vimeo.com/61346185
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‘The Estria Foundation announces the completion of the 8th mural the Water Writes Series, in Bogota, Colombia. The 2000 square foot mural was created in collaboration between our Executive Director, Erin Yoshi of Oakland, and the APC Crew, one of the largest street art groups in Colombia. The mural is next to a community center that hosts music and arts workshops for youth.
The 2000 square foot mural is dedicated to raising awareness about the current water conditions in Colombia. It portrays nature and humanity joining forces to evict water polluters and exploiters of natural resources. Nature is painted as a character, surrounded by trees, flowers, life, and water. Animals, insects, and people are housed in the hair and along the body. The left arm directs attention towards a barge in the river containing the impact of resource extracting industries; mining, fishing, logging, and plantation farming. Graffiti on the sides of the ship attest to the history of resistance it has met everywhere it has traveled.’