Language: French, English
Condition: Cover: 9.5/10 Inside: 10/10
The magazine of contemporary urban art
Number 21 of Graffiti Art takes on the beautiful colors of spring under the aegis of the American artist Maya Hayuk and makes you travel in parallel universes thanks to the Sobekcis twins who play with combinations of shapes and colors simply magic.
The pictorial journey continues with “a return to the future” in the image of Frédéric Platéus and his deconstructed installations, while the Dutchman Joram Roukes plays on large formats through the morphism of man and animal, a powerful and sometimes violent vision. Others like Zeer’s Module adapt their street work with intelligence in the gallery space without forgetting the urban game.
And we are also interested in this issue in what is commonly called Urban Hacking; an impertinent, quirky and funny diversion practice.
A refreshing and springing number that keeps its promises with as much ambition.