Posted by: Yok on the 13th of July, 2015, 31 comments
Posted in: yok, sheryo, the yok, street art,
Coney Island Art Walls
This June we were invited by Jeffrey Deitch to participate in the Coney Island Art walls in Brooklyn NY, alongside a talented roster of artists including, Futura, Crash, How and Nosm and many more. Taking influence from our surroundings and borrowing a colour palate from the roller coasters and food stands, we made this Banana split hot diggity dog wall.
Posted by: Cleo on the 23rd of April, 2015, 99 comments
Posted in: all fresco, street art festival, auckland, new zealand, askew, Owen Dippie,
A little teaser from walls completed at ALL FRESCO 2015 in Auckland, New Zealand. To see a full set of images from the weekend check out www.alfresco.co.nz
Posted by: Cleo on the 7th of July, 2014, 15 comments
Posted in: Street Art, New Zealand, Festival
Street art, New Zealand styles.
Posted by: Yok on the 20th of March, 2014, 11 comments
Posted in: yok, Sheryo, The Yok, YOK, Batik, Jogjakarta, Yogjakarta
We have a rad show on this Friday in Perth at Turner Gallery.
Including Batik work and new sculptural pieces hand mad in Jogjakarta. Get down and take a look. Below is a sneak peek of our process photo's
Posted by: Ian Mutch on the 31st of January, 2014, 3 comments
Posted in: Skateboarding, Kickstarter, New York
Corpse Corps is a skateboarding + lifestyle brand that functions as an art collective, cranking out well-designed skateboards and apparel in New York City.
They're currently funding via kickstarter so get onboard and support right here, and you'll be first in line for great Corpse Corps product.
"Our work focuses on graphic design, illustration, typography, and painting... in collaboration with a great network of artists, we incorporate a realistic level of grit in our graphics, with a strong attention to detail in the production of our boards and clothing. Our current line of skateboards have an innovative coffin shape with an old-school feel... like skateboard designs of an earlier era, when skateboarding was less competitive, more individualistic, and was grounded in a culture synonymous with creativity."
Posted by: Sarah on the 15th of August, 2013, 3 comments
Posted in: instagram contest, lead watches, drawing, illustration, 45rpm, dirty30, mr. penfold, rootz artwork, clumsy kate, mila k
Kingbrown Magazine is proud to partner with LEAD Watches to sponsor an Instagram drawing contest! The best "time travel" themed illustration will win the latest issue of Kingbrown and a timepiece of his/her choice from the LEAD Watches collection! (FYI: This is the guy behind the Mr. Penfold watch, featured in a previous blog post.) For more information on available timepieces, check out www.leadwatches.com.
The winner will also receive a sticker pack (including 45RPM and Mr. Penfold slaps), art prints from 45RPM and Dirty30 (signed!), Mila K poster, and Rootz Artwork beanie, ALL generously provided by LEAD Watches!
Rules are simple:
1.) Follow both @kingbrown and @steve_leadwatches on Instagram
2.) Post all illustrations using the hashtag #kingbrownxlead
3.) Repost contest details (flyer and rules) to your own account
DEADLINE IS AUGUST 30th!
Posted by: Cleo on the 14th of July, 2013, 6 comments
Posted in: art, exhibition, berlin,
Last night was the opening of The Circle Show, over 42 international artists now based in Berlin, brought together to celebrate the one year anniversary of Urban Spree. Expect to see murals, sculptures, paintings, illustrations, installations, ceramics, video art and more set within a beautiful industrial space.
Exhibition on now until August 2nd
Revaler Str. 99 (corner Warschauer Str. x Revaler Str.)
10245 Berlin-Friedrichshain, Berlin, Germany
Posted by: Ian Mutch on the 17th of May, 2013, 5 comments
Posted in: Marty Routledge, The Hours, Signwriting, Mural
We love a hand written font and Marty Routledge is one of those cats that's damn good at it, especially large scale. Check out his mural completed in Brisbane last month with The Hours.
Kingbrown issue 9 will be out mid-year, featuring more of Marty's handy work, so stay tuned.
Posted by: Ian Mutch on the 10th of April, 2013, 2 comments
Posted in: film, kickstarter, premier, SXSW
Posted by: Clug on the 20th of February, 2013, 2 comments
Posted in: Mike Giant, San Francisco, Kingbrown, Graffiti, Art, New York, Chinatown
Heres the prequel to our little interview. Mike Giant whipping up a wall in chinatown, Summer 2012. Took a little less than 4 hours, no sketching just straight to business.