This week we are featuring videos from street artists Eine, The Toasters, Ronzo and Cityzen Kane.
This is the teaser trailer for ‘Everywhere’ by The Toasters which documents the exploits of the The Toasters over the years and will of course feature a sticker or three. ‘Everywhere’ will be landing this Spring.
It’s Friday again, so here is a selection of street art videos from around the web. This week we have videos featuring Eine, Ronzo and Banksy.
This is a video of Eine at work on the well known wall in Holywell Lane as part of the Moniker International Art Fair 2010. The work took three days to paint and is significant because Eine had painted the very same wall illegally several years prior with the word “Vandalism”.
For your viewing pleasure on those long friday afternoons, each week we’ll be scouring the internet and bringing you the finest street art videos that we can lay our hands on. All with a London twist of course. To kick us off this week we have videos featuring Mentalgassi, Code, Eine and Roa.
This video sees the German street art collective Mentalgassi teaming up with Amnesty UK (featured earlier in the week here) as part of the ‘Making the Invisible Visible’ street art project to highlight the plight of Troy Davis, a 42-year-old man on death row in the US state of Georgia. The video below shows Mentalgassi preparing and putting up their pieces of lenticular street art:
Here’s a video of Code putting up a piece on the Southbank. A very similar piece is also on Curtain Road in Shoreditch at the moment.
The next two videos are a little older, but well worth a watch if you have not seen them yet. The first is a feature about London street artist Eine’s recent visit to Cape Town, South Africa where he painted five huge wine vats for Origin Wines. The second tells the story of the Roa bird on Hanbury Street.