Heiko Klug is a designer from Germany who started with graffiti almost ten years ago. At the moment he makes some extraordinaire illustrations which make some of us drool a little bit. Continue reading
Suren was born in Yerevan in 1976. He received PhD in Theoretical Physics from Yerevan State University in 2001 for researches in the field of Quantum Chaos. Next year he received The President Award of Republic of Armenia for the investigations in the field of quantum technologies. He is scientific researcher in the Institute for Physical Research of National Academy of Sciences since 1997.
Suren played 5 musical instruments: guitar, cello, piano, block flute, and lyre. He teaches physics, mathematics and astronomy in Yerevan Waldorf School for more than 10 years. Continue reading
In the zone of alienation in northern Ukraine, Kiev Oblast, near the border with Belarus. Its population had been around 50,000 prior to the accident. Today, the only residents are deer and wolves along with a solitary guard.
Prypiat used to be proud for being home to the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant workers. But something happened on 26 April 1986… Continue reading
Carne Griffiths’ artwork is born from a love of drawing and the journey of creating an image on the page. Working primarily with calligraphy ink, graphite and liquids, such as tea brandy, vodka and whisky he draws and then manipulates the drawn line. After graduating from Maidstone college of art Carne served an apprenticeship and worked as a gold wire embroidery designer for 12 years, hence floral pattern, repetition and flow play a large part in his work. Continue reading
Amazing photo illustrations by Luis Beltrán, talented 36 years old photographer, based in Valencia, Spain. His creative fields are digital art, photomanipulation and photo illustration. Beltrán creates photographs that you can get lost in for days and still come back for more.
All you need to know about graffiti is in this book.
“Graffiti is often misunderstood, and it is difficult for a graffiti writer to explain what he feels about it. I have been asked by a book publisher to write few pages to explain to teenagers how to practice graffiti. After hours and hours I came to the conclusion there was nothing to teach about it except providing the tool to do it. The new generation needs to discover it by practising it
instead of reading lessons. Rather than a long sterile speech debating on the good or bad vertues I created my own book to share my point of view through a conceptual message.” Benoit Ollive Continue reading