Urban Sculptures Exhibition

On Friday I’ll be part of a group exhibition titled ‘URBAN SCULPTURES‘ @ Pretty Portal – Urban Art Gallery.

Some fresh stuff from me, which is heavy on the Graffiti|StreetArt|BrickArt side, will be on display for next few weeks.

If you are close to Dusseldorf and would like to see some of my stuff IRL, the opening is on Friday eve.

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Frames & Layers

…out in the streets again!

Over the last few weeks I was working on an installation as part of the 40° Urban Art Festival 2016 in Duesseldorf. As working outside was dependent on the weather the whole progress was stretched over a few sessions.

I was prepared for a very short life time of the installation, but the actual half life was faster than expected. Like one day after doing one part of the door, already most of it was damaged or even stolen. It would have been nice to at least complete the installation before decomposition takes place. Therefore I had to post process the photos taken and merge them into one picture in order to show at least how it would have looked like.

Nevertheless it was fun and a great experience. People passing by were throughout positive and curious.

 

Frames & Layers, 2016

Installation

more Street Art and Plastic Graffiti

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Bricks Culture 7 – Street Art & Lego pt. II

The actual issue of Bricks Culture contains the second part of the article series which examines the connection between Street Art, Graffiti and Lego bricks. This time the spotlight is on the ongoings in France. Alongside mentioning Graffiti writer Drop, Street Artist Lenz has a full length feature reviewing his extensive work. By coincidence Samsofy, a french Lego photographer, has an individual feature in the magazine. This is relevant as his work is sometimes also connected to Street Art, so naturally he is subject to a short observation from my side.

Later, when the article was in the final phase, I became aware of another french Street Artist named Terez TRZ who is also working with Lego bricks. Unfortunately due to the deadline I could not include him, but at least I’d like to mention him here.

So if you have an interest in this field, I’d strongly recommend you to grab yourself a copy. Besides, all the other articles are also definitely worth reading if you have an interest in what is beyond the bricks…

– Cole

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BricksCulture – Lego Street Art

One of the few brick related publications which has a broad perspective sophistically ranging beyond the bricks is the UK based BricksCulture magazine.

Actually I am writing an article series about bricks and street art, starting with the first article in the just released issue 6. I was even lucky to have a front page feature :-). I am stoked since this is also my first written and published article.

BricksCulture #6 - Lego Street Art

If this is up your alley and you’d like to know more about this topic, I’d strongly recommend you to pick up a copy.

 

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Dispatchwork [broken glass]

Adding a blaq’d take on the global project Dispatchwork originated by Jan Vormann. This project is authentic Street Art IMO compared to most so called Art in the Street Art and the Brick Art worlds. The open character adds to the greatness of this project as the people are equally ‘street’ as the concrete space.

If you feel compelled trying your hands on this I’d strongly encourage you. Make sure to submit your take to the project site.

 

– Gallery –

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