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TOP 10: VIDEOS | 2015

The short form video has become an integral part of the global graffiti and street art scene, whether it be from Melbourne, Iceland or anywhere in between. While there are a ton of websites, just like this one, curating and sharing the best of the best public arts found from around the world, the video is the best way to get noticed on an even broader scale. With a mixture of amateur and professional videographers spreading more vandalism and art then ever before, it’s only fitting to compile 10 of the best found throughout the end of this mid-decade point. Anyone can make a video today, but creating an engaging and interesting piece is getting harder with all the other distractions found at our fingertips, with these 10 being some of the best. It should be noted that all the video’s found throughout this website are highly curated and have been on Arty Graffarti for a reason, defiantly positive. 10. SHIDA “THE NINE TAILS FOX” VIEW IT HERE Sometimes it’s the simplest of things that can change your perspective …

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VIDEO | IRONLAK STRIKERS WITH 45RPM

“My morning coffee tends to be looking up some sort of bit of slang from somewhere and drawing it” Bristol-based Striker slayer 45RPM has developed an (un)healthy obsession with creating impromptu scrawls based around nonsense verbiage informed by cockney rhymes – a type of English slang which originated in the East End of London. Many of the expressions have passed into common language EG: money = bread = bread & honey. It developed as a way of obscuring the meaning of sentences to those who did not understand the slang (often the police). Artist: 45RPM. Instagram: @45rpmwhat Shot/cut: Selina Miles. Instagram: @selinamiles Music: Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats – I’ll Cut You Down Electric Wizard – Electric Wizard Mogwai – I’m Jim Morrison, I’m Dead. 45RPM SELINA MILES IRONLAK Click here for more work from 45RPM via Arty Graffarti Click here for more work from Selina Miles via Arty Graffarti Click here for more from Ironlak via Arty Graffarti

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VIDEO // Gent x MTN x City of Colours Festival

City of Colours – Birmingham Street Art Festival 2014On the 6th September, Digbeth (Birmingham) , will see the City of Colours festival bring together over 100 artists, who will transform Digbeth into one of the UKs largest outdoor art galleries. The event will be a platform for promoting emerging talent alongside more established artists, with the streets being turned into a sea of colour with live painting, music, b boys and beat box battles, cinema screenings & other innovative and engaging visual art forms. Gent City of Colours Click here for more on Gent via Arty Graffarti

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BOOK // The Art of D*Face: A Man and His Dog

It goes without saying that D*Face is one of the worlds leading figures in the street art scene, consistently bridging the, always difficult, line between the illegal arts and contemporary gallery world. But along with his always-daring escapades, the visual flair, meaning and social significance behind his work puts him at the forefront of a movement that evolves everyday. With a body of work that has lasted over a decade, D*Face has finally complied a collection of his indoor and outdoor works into this 330+ page monster of a book, One Man and His Dog. Designed for fans new and old to the D*Dog master, this book is a terrific example of why this UK bred, globe trotting artist is one of the most significant representatives of street art today.    Limited to just 5,000 copies, One Man and His Dog, follows D*Face’s last 10 years of work of beginning in England to the far reaches of South America, Australia, America and anywhere else with a love for his art. It’s an interesting visual biography …

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VIDEO // Will Robson-Scott ‘John and George’

John and his dog George are a fixture on Shoreditch High Street year round. His drawings of the east London land marks and portraits of George provide John with an escape from his demons. His past is tainted with living rough and addiction. George is Johns closest companion , he and drawing are Johns one constant in life. Will Robson-Scott Click here for more Will Robson-Scott via Arty Graffarti