Friday will mark a collaboration with Foce & Yet magazine as both present The Smell Of Dust, a event of music & photography directly from Brazil. The Smell Of Dust is a free event created by Sue-Elie Andrade-Dé to promote emerging international photographers through a live projection with music & specially selected images . If you are in Lugano this Friday pay a visit , it’s free.
A few of us have been running a pop up Arts & Craft workshop for kids over the summer & this weekend marks are last at the Lemon shack . Pop down if you’re in the area + there is free Lemonade too ! More information visit on our Site . Massive thanks to Nonplan & the team at Russels Footpath for keeping the project going!
Unseen is Amsterdam’s annual photography fair, focusing on unexposed photography talent by established photographers . The event runs over the course of the weekend until the 21st September with a range of activities , exhibitions and events. Unseen has also launched there own magazine too enabling viewers to connect with the vibe and energy of the fair. Apart from the fair they are also looking for Interns so head over to there site if you are enthusiastic, ambitious & nice .
Unseen Photography Fair
18-21 September 2014 ,
The belgian graffiti crew PSK celebrates 10 years in the business & used photographer Gerrard Fornier has decided to publish the ‘Belloguesto’ book & DVD , There is also a 22 minute video on vimeo streaming countless end to end action in Belgium.
( Photo stills from Bello Guesto Video )
This Sunday marks Brixton’s popular free street summer festival , Brixton splash which returns to Brixton as sound systems take over numerous streets like Atlantic road & Coldharbour lane with a variety of food, music and celebrations. This year is set to be it’s biggest yet with the main stage supporting local talent such as soul, ska, roots & reggae. Brixton splash runs from 12 – 7 for more information visit the Brixton splash site , or for live updates there facebook .
A sad day in the graffiti word as the prolific street/graffiti artist Robbo has sadly passed away due to health complications . I did not know him personally but he was a big influence to a number of the writers in the London scene , being renowned for painting London’s earliest pieces in Camden, feuding with Banksy & breaking news coverage by painting the famous ‘ Merry Christmas train of 88‘ . Thoughts go out to his close family & friends .
( Photo from LDNgraffiti )