BMX changes so quickly. Just when you think your bike looks the part and things are never going to change, a new trend pops up. A lot of Bob Haro's drawings are from way back so seeing new illustrations pop up with modern geometry, parts, helmets and clothing is always a treat. You know what, this one even came out in colour! Troy Lee Design helmet, Ikonix number plate, Oakley goggles and gloves and (correct me if I'm wrong) Fly clip shoes. A lot of details are put into this drawing which makes it so good.
Here's Bob's description of the new illustration: "New artwork in color. Classic BMX artwork, hand drawn, digitized then finished w Adobe Illustrator and photoshop. Fun to merge my classic art with new technology. Enjoy.
With a bit of luck we'll have Bob involved in a future project. Stay tuned for that one.
So, it’s the mythical city of ISTANBUL that will host the next ”BURNING INK Art Show”, presented by DC SHOES Europe. The exhibition will be on from March 29th until April 12th 2013. ISTANBUL, formerly known as Byzance and Constantinople, will host the 6th edition of the Art Show, which follows stops in Paris, New York, Berlin, London and Madrid.
The exhibition will run from March 29th to April 12th in the MILK Gallery in the lively area of Beyoglu.
The three tattoo artists that will collaborate on the event and make the exclusive tattoos possible for this edition are ROROFROSE , DRAMATIK and ILHAN BILIR.
Surely, there’s no need to explain Burning Ink anymore, which has become a unique event combining the worlds of illustration and tattoo, with a unique and radical concept.
The HUB - DC Shoes Europe's creative studio in Paris - presented the contemporary artistic duo Neue's exhibition this past week. Nicolas Choyé and Esteban Gonzalez met 9 years ago and ever since have been developing ways to express their art through unexpected mediums. For their show at The HUB, Neue exhibits photographs, drawings and paintings through the eyes of found objects. "We never use frames to show our work. For us, the raw feeling of photographs directly
Name: Niko Del Real Hometown: Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico Occupation: Student
What got you into drawing in the first place? Niko: Well, I think I have been drawing for almost all my life or at least the part I remember, haha. When we're talking about the BMX cartoons, I think like 2 years or so.
You sem to have a certain style with the eyes, is that your trademark? Niko: Yes, it's some particular thing I put in my drawings to make them something more original. That makes it kind of harder keeping the similarity to the rider that I'm going to draw but it is worth it when I see the drawing finished.
Drawing BMX bikes the right way is hard, does it help you
Surely, there's no need to explain the Burning Ink event anymore. The art show, which has already hit Paris, New York City, Berlin and London has become a unique event combining the worlds of illustration and tattoo. For its 5th edition, Burning Ink takes up residence in Madrid. The event will run from September 13th to 27th in the Spanish capital in partnership with ESTIGMA TATTOO. With the exhibition of designs and drawings taking place at THE WALL (Corredera Baja de San Pablo, 47) and the tattoos to be inked at ESTIGMA TATTOO (Valverde, 26), a street away from the gallery.
Once again, bringing together a unique selection of world-renowned street artists, graphic designers and illustrators, Burning Ink is a crossover event between the worlds of fine arts and tattoos.
The concept is as radical and unique as before: all the
One of the largest international graffiti festivals in Europe will take place on the 23th and 24th of June in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Artists Nasty Sons, Dphaezer, Super A, Inca, Karski, Neas, Clone, Zenk, One, Druid, Moron, Nyse, Be Easy Crew, and Coma will be present at De Berenkuil. We took a trip there when Catfish was around. New update soon with all the new stuff.
One week ago, The HUB opened Ruben Sanchez & Gaston Francisco's exhibition OJO X OJO. OJO X OJO (standing for "an eye for an eye") is a collaborative project by the two Barcelona based artists. Ruben Sanchez showcases here a selection of his artworks, from drawings, paintings to graphic designs. On the other hand, Gaston Francisco decided to take us around the world with his camera, exhibiting shots taken during his several travels. The meeting point for both artists was to give a personal view on different subjects such the idea of portraits and the MACBA museum in Barcelona.