There’s so much incredible graff, design and artwork floating about at the minute that another injection to the eyes is long overdue. I don’t know much about most of the work here, hence why it doesn’t have individual posts. What I do know however, is that all these pieces makes me want to just give up on visual art.
Really dope sticker, following the classic ‘My Name Is’ postal label format from Jaman of KNZ crew.
Immense new collab pieces from Foham and Spuma.
Xia Xiao Wan
I have no clue what these haunting installations by Chinese Xia Xiao Wan are made of, or the concept behind them, but they sure hit hard.
Leeds writer Replete has been really pushing his work forward recently, experimenting with Cling Film for these slightly abstract, 3d character installations in an abandoned factory, a setting that fits the work perfectly.
Land art by American Jim Denevan who makes giant scale paintings on primarily sand and ice. To me, they relate closely to graff in how they’re temporary, thrown out into the world for the elements to do their thing with. The difference is, they’re susceptible to elements of landscape such as wind rather than human buffing and interaction, which is reflected in their style.