SATONE painting his next mural for Stadt.Wand.Kunst


Munich based artist Rafael Gerlach a.k.a. SatOne will start painting on sunday his next mural in Mannheim for the Stadt.Wand.Kunst project. Hook up if you have a chance – if not, we’ll be there for you!

HERAKUT in Rome @Street Heart Project

The german duo Herakut painted this brilliant wall in Tor Pignattare (Rome, Italy) for the STREET HEART PROJECT after their incredible show in Rome at the Varsi gallery. The wall was titled “In our moment of need we rely on the family of humans. I wished we could remember these family bonds in our moments strength” by Herakut.

myFINBEC 2015 Bezt of Etam Cru | Montana Sketchliner

This video was shot in Poland with contemporary artist Bezt of Etam Cru. He made 168 original sketches on wood with our Montana SKETCHLINERS plus two oil paintings for myFINBEC 2015. To see the sketches and paintings, go to For more info on Bezt check out

“Welcome To The Future” by Johan Moorman | Eindhoven

Check out one of many projects from Johan Moorman / Late, SOL, more creative artworks can be found on



MONTANA-CANS x MARSIMOTO – It’s happening! Our newest edition of our Collabo series is finally hitting the shelves. MARSIMOTO – the alter-ego of a German rapper – has created a design for his signature color: Green! To be specific, our very own, very new hue: MONTANA MARSIGREEN. If MARSIMOTO had his way, the entire world would be green. MONTANA MARSIGREEN stands for hope, calm, safety, inspiration, freshness, nature and life. Marsigreen rooms can have a calming, balancing and even noise-dampening effect. It gives your eyes a sense of restfulness, since a view of green is never strenuous. The simple design of the green can depicts the MARSIMOTO logo on the front and center of the litho.   

VIDEO | SOBEKCIS Mural for Stadt.Wand.Kunst

The artist-duo SOBEKCIS from Belgrad painting a great mural in Mannheim as a part of the Stadt.Wand.Kunst Project. As a participating member of the project MONTANA-CANS was at the scene… more images can be found here!
VIDEO | SOBEKCIS Mural for Stadt.Wand.Kunst


MONOCHROME is a series of graffiti videos, all with a black-and-chrome feeling, by Simple short videos featuring one writer and three cans in each episode. One chrome piece on one clean wall by one selected graffiti writer for each episode.

New Mural by Hendrik Beikirch in Heidelberg, Germany


Hendrik Beikirch also known as ECB, only needs exterior paint and a few colors from the Montana BLACK  range to impress viewers in stunning monochrome. As part of the Metropolink Festival in Heidelberg – also home of MONTANA CANS – , ECB created another one of his distinctive multi-story portraits. This mural is one of the last Motifs of a series, which soon will also be published in book format. The portrait, as ECB states, “represents a person, who doesn´t actually exist but could live here as an inhabitant of the neighborhood”.   


Berlin-based artist STOHEAD at his latest mural for Stadt.Wand.Kunst in Mannheim, equipped with an airless gun, Montana GOLD transparent colors as well as the new MARBLE Effect… more images here!

Bridge Jam Drogheda, Ireland 2015

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Bridge Jam, Drogheda, Ireland recently ran for it’s 21st consecutive year in a row.  Rask TDA clann is the organiser of the event and is no stranger to the international graffiti community. He shared some words with us about this years event and shed some light on its future. See more after the jump.




This year we’re going to paint the Japan and Taiwan between October and November. POW! WOW! Japan is centered in Tokyo with murals happening in the Tennozu area. The festival will feature a dozen or so murals happening simultaneously within a one-block radius. Exhibitions will happen in Shibuya, Harajuku, as well as a block party on Bond Street in Tennozu. POW! WOW! Taiwan on the other hand will tackle three major cities over a period of a month. Taipei, Taichung and Tainan will house new murals that will completely transform the country.

Nuart and Stravanger, what is it really like?


Stravanger in Norway and the Nuart festival almost go hand in hand these days. Or at least for the creatively inclined that have Graffiti, Urban Art, Street Art and Fine Art on their agenda’s. But what is it really like? Who has actually been to Stravanger? Who has had the oppurtunity to be dazzled by not just the art, but also the people, the ocean and all the massive ships that appear at arms reach for anyone who has not grown up by the sea? This year we took the time to visit the 15th Nuart Festival and check it out for ourselves. We took in the sights, the sounds, the smells and the coffee that Stravanger has to offer. See some of the current and previous artworks, the street scapes and the impressive Nuart happenings after the jump. Special thanks to all the Nuart Team and all those involved for making it happen year after year.