Javier de la Riba is a Catalan visual artist member of the Reskate Arts & Crafts Collective. With his interventions on the public space he tries to question the value of objects and spaces. He proposes a slough off skin that changes the perception of these spaces. (more…)
Art challenges the status quo by its very nature but, with some artists, this is more evident than with others. That’s the case of the ‘craftivist’ Carrie Reichardt, who attended this year’s edition of Nuart Festival investigating the theme of ‘Power in the Public Sphere’. (more…)
Our dear friend ADD FUEL has forwarded to us his latest amazing piece, created for Vhils Iminente Festival in London, UK. Based on the Portuguese traditional tiles, he brings this heritage to a new level and shows the world what can be made along with stenciling. (more…)
Add Fuel (Diogo Machado, 1980) has been building a solid reputation as a visual artist and illustrator in recent years. Having first created a unique visual universe populated by sci-fi inspired, fun-loving creatures, this Portuguese artist has recently redirected his attention to reinterpreting the language of traditional tile design, and the Portuguese azulejo (glazed tiles) in particular. (more…)
Joo Jaebum is a South Korean artist who is active in the field of street art as well as other forms of art. He is a dreamer and animator as he creates pixel themed works.
Austrian street artist, Chinagirl Tile works with unique 3D shaped ceramic tiles. She claims to be the first to take the art of working with pottery and china onto the streets. The particularity is that she makes the tiles herself and places them in urban as well as natural environments. (more…)