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Graffiti Art issue 25

The magazine of contemporary urban art

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In this Spring 2015 issue, a special issue on abstraction in urban art, featuring artists expressing themselves in the street and in the studio in a mathematical and geometric way or in a free and thrown way, all in search of a universal language, like Maya Hayuk, Revok, Carl Cashman or Jason Woodside.


Let's explore the most exciting artists of the moment, we read an interview of Pose, Chicago artist with deconstructed figuration, halfway between Warhol and Rosenquist; Levalet, a young Parisian artist making inked and contextual collages in Indian ink in the streets of the capital; and Cleon Peterson, a well-known Los Angeles skateboard artist and graphic artist, works with Shepard Fairey, painting an obscure Eldorado where chaos and unmentionable impulses are unleashed in moral and justice-free dances.


Finally, we immerse ourselves in the portraits of two young artists on the scene of contemporary urban art: Ekundayo, based in Hawaii, who devotes his time to a semi-expressionist and hypersensitive painting, and Taku Obata, who like a samurai break dance, pays tribute to the culture of hip-hop, with the traditional techniques of Japanese sculpture.


We also find the most beautiful painted walls around the world from this beginning of the year, the latest news of street art, the results of the latest auctions and exhibitions not to be missed in galleries and museums by this summer.

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