If you visited Str.Crd last weekend you might’ve seen Sindiso Nyoni aka R!OT and Yo Yo Paint Crew hard at work, live painting murals inspired by the Nokia Asha.
Nokia Asha is searching for the next big street art name in South Africa.
In response to the rampant poaching of South Africa’s rhinos, the Green Renaissance team created this highway memorial for the 312 rhinos that have been killed during the first seven months of 2012.
DALeast is a Chinese born artist who is based in Cape Town when he isn’t travelling the world sharing his art on the streets and through exhibitions.
Infamous graffiti artist and tagger from Durban, Philip Botha, was targeted by the local municipality and charged with more than 800 counts of malicious damage to property in 2010. Now, he is bringing his art off the streets and into the gallery for the aptly titled solo exhibition ‘Community Service.’
A video of Donna Solovei’s ‘Creature’ wheat pastes going up around Cape Town, shot and edited by CRASHZOOMPAN.
Keep an eye out for Donna Solovei’s hybrid creatures coming to a wall near you from tomorrow.
The latest outdoor piece by Faith47 can be found in Main St, Johannesburg.
PASTE, an ongoing South African street art exhibition, is working together with the Butterfly Art Project, an art therapy project for underprivileged children, to paste artwork by 70 children around Vrygrond township.
34 FineArt wants you to go Outside. Catch its Urban Contemporary group exhibition between 25 October and 19 November which will showcase some of the world’s best Urban/Street artists.
eLLo and black koki, two artists with backgrounds in various art disciplines and design, founded love and hate in 2004 as a platform to showcase new work, collaborate in different fields, curate productions and to direct creative projects.
PASTE, a street art exhibition, has been going up around Cape Town’s inner city and Khayelitsha over the last few weeks. This video, filmed and edited by Richard Aaron, documents the whole project.
Today’s featured PASTE artist is Yuma Yoshimura from Japan. Yuma is currently in South Africa doing an artist residency at /A Word of Art.
This is a video interview with Lo$er, an illustrator and graffiti artist from Cape Town, only it’s not. While the video is, in Lo$er’s own words, “just a bit of fun”, it also makes a statement about DA Councilor JP Smith’s new by-law making graffiti illegal.
PASTE artist feature #4 by Shani Judes: Today we feature Wesley van Eeden from Hope Project.