Last week the Montana Artist Collective made their yearly gathering in San Francisco to discuss projects for the rest of the year. After a day of meeting and brainstorming project ideas, the Collective hit the city to paint. Wane, Steel, Risk, Dmote, Atom, and Sever spent the following day painting a wall in San Francisco’s Mission District. A lot of fun and laughs were had. Keep an eye out for more actions made by the Montana Artist Collective in the near future… See more images after jump.
On tuesday we hooked up at Lehrter Siebzen, a temporary open gallery space in Berlin Moabit. German artist Steffen Seeger is currently working there with some extra ordinary tools such as a multiple 50mm Montana ACRYLIC marker “sword”… have a look at this awesome technique and don’t miss the opening if you’re around… more after the jump!
The next Montana BLACK Artist Edition is ready… watch out – in stores soon!
Even the rain couldn’t stop Indonesian writers from painting this huge wall for the Just Writing My Name event in Medan, Indonesia. More pictures after the jump.
In the second edition of the Warsteiner Art Collection, the bottle again becomes the canvas for six renowned international artists. As a continuation of the first Art Collection in 2013, they will join the established crew around Stefan Strumbel, 123Klan, INSA, Aaron De La Cruz, Nychos and Brooke Reidt. The new artists complement the Art Collection with their stylish designs. The look of the newly designed aluminum bottles, however, will remain a secret until the collection’s launch date scheduled for the end of August. For the creation of the Collection only one requirement existed: the aluminum bottle as canvas…more on the Warsteiner Homepage.
We got some nice pictures from Just Writing My Name event in Palembang, Indonesia. See more pictures after the jump.
A few weeks ago Grayscale in Johannesburg South Africa hosted a Just Writing My Name jam on a long wall in Orange Grove. The jam took place over a weekend and was blessed with good weather and even better vibes. Taking part were some young up and coming artists as well as some of Joburg’s most active writers including, Tyke, Fiya, Myza, Rasty, Veronika, Zesta, Love, Curio, Jestr, Rekso, Riot, Trips, Bias and Mars. (Photos courtesy of Grayscale, Cale Waddacor, Mickaela Pereira). See more images after jump.
WALLCOME Festival – Midsession. The urban art festival WALLCOME now enters its third round. Schmalkalden will proudly welcome two internationally renowned artists for the Midsession from 11 to 21 August. For the opening in late June, the German artists ECB and Case (the latter also co-initiator of WALLCOME) presented the Thuringian town with two new ‘inhabitants’ in the shape of mural-portraits. Shortly after, the Polish artist M-City gave a demonstration of stencil art at its finest. See more images after jump.
For the first time in history, Sweden will be opening its wall to the first Street-Art mural event No Limit. With more than 10 walls spreading across the city of Borås, No Limit will be turning its city into the first outdoor gallery of its kind in Sweden. See more at: www.nolimitboras.com
Simple and focused, Lousy Livin is a dedicated brand with a single, creative and affordable product supported by selected persons. Bringing all these elements under one roof brings a clear vision of the brand and translates easily into the world. Lousy Livin is already synonymous with highly graphical outlets and high synergy collaborations with selected brands from diverse backgrounds. So this year we we have teamed up with them working on a special pair of boxershorts, shopping bag and a stickerset. The design came from none other than FlyingFörtress, happy belated spring break everyone! Available soon at your local Montana Cans or Lousy Livin dealer, more after the jump:
SatOne just completed his latest mural in Bielfeld titled “Rebirth” SatOne usually working abstract in nature with vivid colors, yet when you look closer you are able to see color and form establish a conceptual idea. It is through his abstract aesthetic and brilliant use of color that you are confronted first with a beautiful image of abstraction, but as you look closer you may notice the symbolic use of color and manipulation of form creating representational elements as well. See more images after jump.