Search

Gia On The Move

Category

Graffiti

Hansen Natural Soda ‘Takin’ it to the Street – Art’

On Friday night, August 12, 2016, Hansens Natural Soda celebrated art and people by partnering with the Mar Vista Art Department in Venice, California with a one-night-only opening of Hansens House designed to bring west coast street art artists, musicians... Continue Reading →

Advertisements

Liberty Ship: Learning to Fly

The Sheffield suburbs have produced some of UK music's most exciting bands, the latest is Liberty Ship. The four piece have already toured with the likes of King Charles (2013) and Reverend and The Makers (2014). They have played their... Continue Reading →

#GraffitiTuesday : What’s On Wall and…Street Art Inspiration

That #FridayFeeling

It’s an El Nino Kind of Day in Cali

Messages from the Street

Cinco de Mayo: Art, Graffiti and History

Gia On The Move was amazed to discover that although Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican army's 1862 victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War (1861-1867), it's actually become more of an American holiday celebration.  Just... Continue Reading →

Bombing With Uzi: TagsAndThrows

...after street art - tags is the new hype. . Thanks to artists like Banksy and Obey, street art is getting bigger and more respected within the art world. The tag, the artists signature, is where graffiti started and TagsAndThrows seeks... Continue Reading →

#StreetArt #Graffiti Favs This Week

Powerful messages in deceptively naive art?  Maybe.  See for yourself.  We see these as some of the best #graffiti shares this week found on Twitter, from some of our favorite handles!

The Year of the Sheep: New Years Art & Graffiti

The Chinese New Year begins on February 19, 2015 and it is the Year of the Sheep.  The Year of the Sheep is considered an auspicious year that brings luck and good things.  The year of 2015 is also known... Continue Reading →

These Russian Dolls Have Teamed Up with Graffiti Artists

"Babushkas," otherwise known as Russian Dolls, are no longer restricted to dusty ornaments adorning your grandmother's mantel place. Tel Aviv’s first ever “Russian Dolls” art exhibition, featuring works by more than 60 street and graffiti artists from around the world,... Continue Reading →

Create a website or blog at WordPress.com

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: