The Taffy has a new book and you need to get it. The well travelled Welshman shares some exclusive glimpses into his most recent publication and talks about some of his recurring motifs. Having a rather moving background story, his imagery is as calm as intense.
Dressed in diy high-vis fashion, Daniel Künzler and Roman Menge try to keep a low profile. As they put on their uniforms, they merge into another identity.
Viennese art collective A.activities reclaims the subway in a seriously good-looking act of civil disobedience. Talking about seriousness, it was quite hard to get a hold of them for TISSUE N°3 – their security precautions were no joke.
Check out of one of the most notorious apparitions of Berlin streets these days in Kevin Schulzbus’s story about a phenomenon affiliated to the letters S-P-A-I-R: tissuemagazine.com/series/kevin-schulzbus-spair/
Photographer Kevin Schulzbus spent seven days following traces of one of the most notorious apparitions of Berlin streets: a phenomenon affiliated to the letters S-P-A-I-R.
Interview with COPE2 up now: http://bit.ly/TISSUE_cope2
Recently we had the chance to speak to one of the most controversial personas of the graffiti-scene, the infamous COPE2.
SASHA KURMAZ – Highlights on Low Level Pt. 2: Street Works
Sasha Kurmaz seems to be equally interested in both rather abstract motifs and quite the opposite: blunt messages, such as political banners.
Pt.1: Nasty works