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From 16th to 20th of July we performed twice at the Urban Art Festival, 5°Asalto, in Saragossa. It was a great honour for us joining these connaisseurs of wallpainting and graffiti. Learning about the different attitudes they create their art from we gave our best to contributed our part.
After quite some excitement, cause the landowner changed mind shortly before I started printing, Alfredo Martínez spontaniously organized this new wall to print the “Triangle Materia” (5×4m). You can find it at calle Estebanía over the theatre el Plata in the old citycenter of Saragossa.
For the left one Boa Mistura (Madrid) bought all gold spray cans in Zaragoza. I observed people stopping and giving spontanious applause for their painting “Technologia Omnipotens Regnat”. On the right, an impressive mural of Laguna (Ciudad Real) and Skount (Barcelona) at la plaza Ecce Homo.
100 Pression (Nantes) enriched the city with their Riot Kids Shop at calle Manifestación. Play on the streets, kids! photocredits: brazo de hierro.
In calle de la libertad ROA (Gante) came up with this marvellous x-rayed squirrel. Within one festival-week the city of Zaragoza gained loads of styles worth to see! Compliments to everybody involved.
For everyone who is in Berlin next week and wants to see the Facadeprinter in action: We’re printing next wednesday, 28.04., from the Zentrum Kreuzberg onto the wall of the Wilhelm-Liebknecht-Bibliothek at Kotbusser Tor (Adalbertstr. 2, map). Be there at 9 o’clock in the morning.
Good weather is the premise, of course. So make sure to check back here, Facebook or Twitter, before getting up early for nothing.
We’re looking forward to see you there!
“Stroke” is an annual three-day Street Art Festival in Munich. We performed live twice a day printing on a 3 x 6 meter metal door. After each performance we wiped the paint off with water, like a school black board.
To protect the location from colour-splahes, we covered floor and windows with a black PE-sheeting. On the walkway side we installed this 30cm splash-shield.
The exibition “Wahlheimat” at Karlsruhe’s Nancy Halle dealt with democratisation of the fine arts. At the opening of the exibition we shot this federal eagle with 1789 dots. The printing took about 10 minutes. The gold-orange colour faded into a pale beige the next day, of which the co-curator Oliver Boeg commented, “That gave it the gentle connotation of 1789 bird shits – I love it”. After the closing of the exhibition three months later the 4 x 4 meter eagle was swept off the wall with a broom.
The svg-file of the eagle with a preview of all dots aligned to the vector.
Create or Die- We printed this Slogan onto a wall of the BCC-building in Alexanderplatz Berlin.