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Stéphane Moscato : Hacking Visuel

Nourri au punk rock depuis son adolescence, pour l’artiste Marseillais Stéphane Moscato, le pochoir faisait parti du package DIY. « On s'en sert pour tout, préparer des affiches, revendiquer son groupe ou un slogan, customiser ses vêtements. L'état d'esprit propre au punk rock, soit de sortir des chemins tracés et repousser les limites, m'a poussé à essayer de peindre différemment avec un pochoir. Je me suis pris au jeu et je n'ai plus jamais arrêt

affichage affiches publicitaires Hacking Visuel Pochoir Station 16 Gallery Stencil Stéphane Moscato STF Moscato UNION | 29/09/2016

Logan Hicks Takes Over the Bowery Wall

Logan Hicks is working on the Bowery Wall this week, stay tuned as the mural progresses!

Bowery Wall Logan Hicks Stencil stencilled | 27/07/2016

STENCILED @ Station 16 Gallery

On April 28th, Station 16 Gallery launched STENCILED – a group exhibition showcasing the innovative stencil work of AIKO, Icy and Sot, Joe Iurato, Logan Hicks, and Snik.

Aiko Icy and Sot Joe Iurato Lady Aiko Logan Hicks Pochoir Snik Station 16 Gallery Stencil Stenciled | 12/05/2016

A Global Street Art Story: EGYPT

 

The latest edition of A Global Street Art Story bring us to Egypt with the print No to Stripping the People by Bahia Shehab. Resulting from the past and present turmoil in Egypt, the print is representative of the street art created during the country’s recent revolution. When protests and revolts filled the streets of Cairo in 2011, Shehab began spraying images of No in the streets: no to dictators, no to violence, no to injustice.

a global street art story activism arab artist arab springs arabic bahia shehab calligraffiti calligraphy egypt egyptian revolution female artist graffiti no to stripping the people print protest serigraphie silkscreen stencil street art street artist uprising | 12/05/2015