Even #6

Even, a new magazine about contemporary art. Even takes a systematic look at contemporary art. We publish long-form articles, ranging from in-depth monographic studies to broad analysis of art and its institutions. We feature distinctive, expansive reviews that take in multiple exhibitions at museums and galleries worldwide. The sixth issue of Even is an uncommonly […]

Blade – Icon of the New York City and a Hero-Figure

Steven D. Ogburn, better known as Blade or Steve, a famed New York-based street artist and a proud owner of the title King of Graffiti since he painted over five thousand trains with his striking characters. Famous for his whole cars, he became an icon of the New York City and a hero-figure for the […]

TATS CRU – Brim, Bio, BG183, Nicer, HOW, NOSM, Totem

TATS CRU is a group of Bronx-based graffiti artists turned professional muralists. The current members of TATS CRU are Bio, BG183, Nicer, HOW, NOSM and Totem. TATS CRU were founded by Brim, Bio, BG183 and Nicer, TATS CRU is also a major producer of New York City-style memorial murals, and have created artwork for many […]

Chino BYI – Historian Of Classic New York Hip-Hop culture

David “Chino” Villorente aka Chino BYI is the old-school graffiti artist and subsequent historian of classic New York graffiti culture  was among those who rose to the top with his determination and style. Chino bombing career subsequently helped pave the way for a successful run in music, writing, and publishing and he continued to paint […]

The legend that made history of Milan’s subway: Dumbo

 Dumbo alias Ivano Atzori, nato a Milano nel 1976, vive a New York e continua a lavorare nell’ambiente dell’arte; Le cinque lettere della parola Dumbo hanno fatto girare le scatole a moltissimi, diventando impossibili da ignorare. E da quasi vent’anni a questa parte, scritte su tutti gli spazi liberi di muri, tram, marciapiedi, semafori, e metro sono […]

T-KID 170 -The Nasty Terrible T-KID 170

Julius Cavero AKA T-KID or Terrible T-KID 170 is graffiti artist from the Bronx, New York, he started in the 1980s, tagging the name “King 13” every time he’d win a challenge, performing daredevil tricks on swings in local parks. He was a short lived member of a gang called the Bronx Enchanters and The […]

Sane Smith – The Most Persistent Taggers in New York

Sane Smith were originally two brothers from Manhattan,composed of David Smith (“Sane“) and his brother Roger Smith (“Smith“), active during the 1990s. Sane & Smith were among the most persistent taggers in New York during the 1990s who made a conscious effort to get up in the most obscure spots in New York, as well […]

TRAP IF – The Bomber of New York City

TRAP writing since 1979. He started in his neighborhood in Queens, New York. The first tag  was a light pole on his block.Trap, not to be confused with his Style Wars counterpart, is one of the most significant writers in the history of New York graffiti. His signature mark, a hybrid of the classic throw-up and […]

Croatian Wide walls,the art of depicting: Lonac

Born in 1986 in Zagreb, Croatia, Lonac starts in his teens to approach the world of graffiti writing and then turn towards the production of figurative pieces, achieving notable realistic effects. Best known for his large-scale photorealistic murals, Lonac is a highly talented Croatian artist whose amazing works can be found throughout his native country […]

Santiago Calatrava – Dynamism and Majesty

Santiago Calatrava – Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias. – ( Valencia ) Calatrava was born in 1951 in Valencia, where some of His best-known and most popular projects was built: the auditorium and the planetarium for the City of Arts and Sciences. He graduated from the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura in 1974 […]