798 Beijing – We wanna live here

Here are some flicks from the walls we did at 798 – a really cool art district in Beijing,  stuffed with graffiti, galleries and good people. something like how we wish Massada would become one day.. Thanx to ABS Crew and all the other local writers for the great bench!

WE ARE STILL WAITING

Sorry for not posting for a long time, Tant got into a fight with a Panda bear, and we’re all still a little shocked. Plus the computers here are slow and gypsy. Here are some flicks from a wall we did at this weird abandoned chemical factory (soon to become a theater). We ended painting here for one day and came with some interesting results.. checkit

 

A wall for MIDI rock festival in Beijing

MIDI Festival is the biggest rock festival in China – a place where rock music is still kinda new (around 20 years..). We had one day do paint this wall, during which we had a sand storm and had to break the wall apart and continue workin indoor.. Fun times

Beijing is the coolest place in the world – part 1

OK, so it’s been a week since we got to Beijing, and it was most defiantly one of the best weeks of our lives. This city is just fun, crazy food, nice people, beautiful girls, and too much inspiration.. Our schedule here is super tight, we paint all day and then drink at night, so far we painted a huge wall for MIDI festival (biggest rock festival in China), hit a bench with local crew ABS (big up!), did a wall in the Israeli embassy, and of course the wall for Art Beijing, which took us 3 days and came out really cool.  Here are some pictures from Art Beijing, we’ll post the rest of the works soon..

Broken Fingaz X PickUp

Tant and I (Unga)  just finished one of the craziest projects we’ve ever done.. PickUp is a chairs company from Israel, they came to us and asked for 10 original drawings for their upcoming catalog, one for every category (Bar Stools, Plastic chairs, Office, etc..). The cool thing was that they where really open minded about the art, giving us a lot of creative freedom..  After 3 months of hard work, this is what we came up with-

New works for “Walled In” Show in Vienna

“Walled In” is an Israeli street art show, opened last week at the INPERAbLE Gallery, Vienna. Other than us, there are works by Ame 72, DoverD, Foma <3, Klone Yourself, Know Hope and zero cents. Here’s some photos of the series of collages we’ve made.

At the studio – after five days with no sleep..

At the show – Hipsters from Europe loves Gypsies from Haifa