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Archive for the ‘Graffiti’ Category


Wednesday, September 1st, 2010

Kue 01

I started taking an interest in graffiti / street art when I was about 13. There was something different about it something that set it apart from boring landscape painting or your run of the mill painting. I think it was the colours, the styles, the freedom to paint your thoughts, your mind, or just paint because you like it. (more…)

Graffiti Technica (Brad Schwede)

Monday, August 9th, 2010

Graffiti Technica (Brad Schwede) 01

Graffiti Technica is an Australian-based site that is exploring and evolving graffiti design to different types of technology and digital avenues. The site features the work of Brad Schwede a motion graphics designer who has worked in various design roles but is most heavily involved in graphics for television and online. Brad studied multimedia, majoring in design at Griffith university in Brisbane and has been working in the digital world for over 6 years now producing work for local and international clients. (more…)

David Löhr

Wednesday, June 10th, 2009

Be it the high end of 3D-rendered futuristic mechanicals, hand-drawn concept art or classic graphic design – they all become confidently crafted pieces in the hands of David Löhr. (more…)


Wednesday, May 27th, 2009

To make the innocent and beautiful dark, to find soul in stark, geometric swashes – somewhere beneath the acrylic, emulsion and spray paint grins Remi/Rough. South London born and bred (circa 1971) Remi has been breaking boundaries and messing up heads for the past 24 years. Transcending the traditional and somewhat idealised vision of a graffiti writer, the celebrated artist is passionate and unforgiving in his creative progression. As part of the abstract Ikonoklast Movement (more…)


Friday, May 8th, 2009

Growing up in Corona Queens, NY, a young Toofly could not help but notice the raw street energy of graffiti on her commute to school. Inspired by the calligraphy and illustration skills (more…)