Buenos Aires-born, Brooklyn-based street artist BNS
pulls Pop cultural memes into
ranging from bespoke-suited Stormtroopers
a frenzied burst of color and dry humor
to a tatted-out Elvis.
One of the most influential street artists
to emerge from New York City,
DAIN intriguingly combines the visual language of graffiti
with old Hollywood glamour.
A 17-year old street art sensation,
Skyler Grey has been called
“The Fresh Prince of Street Art”.
English artist Nick Veasey uses x-ray technology
to reveal the deepest layers and peer inside all manner of subjects;
people, objects, natural forms and animals.
His experimentation triggers one to disorientate with rout,
nevertheless the dark themes which he exploits
will unveil themselves in the course of their declensions.
Although his true identity is shrouded in mystery
Los Angeles-based Alec Monopoly is one of today’s most recognized graffiti artists
“More than anything else, I’m particular about the realistic feel of the animals.
Animals that live in nature are equal to us in the sense that we live together on this planet.
Sometimes they sleep. Sometimes they eat.
I would like to keep insisting on reality and producing my life-sized work as much as possible
in order to convey their lives”