Over the next few weeks Shani Judes of SJ Artists is going to be introducing all the artists that were involved with PASTE one by one.
PASTE. a street art exhibition curated by SJ Artists and 10and5 has been going up all over Cape Town over the last few weeks. Shani (of SJ Artists) has been keeping a diary of the goings on:
The community mural project, curated by /A WORD OF ART, and which started in Woodstock, Cape Town earlier this year has reached the people of Soweto.
We’re super excited to tell you about PASTE. a street art exhibition we’re currently involved with curated by Shani Judes of SJ ARTISTS.
Sinamatella Productions – a company specializing in bringing outdoor and action sport to the big screen – decided to use reverse graffiti by Dutch Ink to advertise their film tour of the movie Life Cycles by directors Derek Frankowski and Ryan Gibb.
Artist number 4, Nicholas Kerr, created the final art installation window display for Feiyue’s SHAPES campaign on Friday. This is the result in photos, video coming soon!
Faith47 and her husband, DAL, were recently in Rochester, New York. These are the pieces they did while there.
Dutch Ink is a group of Durban creatives who met and started working together at college while studying at Vega – The Brand Communications School. Martin Pace, JP Jordaan, Stathi Kougianos and Nick Ferreira started working together on freelance assignments during varsity, have since been building up the Dutch Ink portfolio and have become well known for their reverse graffiti.
This Sunday it’s time for part 3 of the 12 month long Invisible Cities music and art festival run by Skeleton Crew in Joburg city. More info…
Street artist JR and his team have been traveling the world for his project Inside Out – a large-scale participatory art project that transforms messages of personal identity into pieces of artistic work. The lastest stop was Cape Town.
World renowned yet still somewhat anonymous street artist and photographer, or rather as he calls it ‘photograffeur’, JR will be pasting his unique art around Cape Town over the next 5 days.
Joburg, this Sunday Part 2 of the 12 part Invisible Cities is happening and we get the feeling that if you miss it you’ll be missing out on a whole lot more than just an event.
A group of South Africans – 2 street artists, a photographer, an anthropologist and a film maker – joined artists from all over the world in Gambia recently to work with Wide Open Walls to turn villages in the area into a living art project.
On Sunday the 10and5 team with Ricky Lee Gordon (Freddy Sam) from Write on Africa & /A WORD OF ART and some neighbourhood kids & their parents brightened up a wall and left a positive message in Woodstock, all thanks to Dulux. Here are some photos from the day and the final product.
We told you about the Dulux, Write on Africa and Between 10and5 paint day, remember? The weather man says it’s going to rain on Saturday so to be safe we’re now painting on Sunday the 26th and would love for you to stop by!