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A graphic designer and publicist by profession, Toxicómano Callejero (whose name translates as Street Junkie) hit the streets at the head of a group of urban artists with noble intentions who post messages on walls to combat what he calls “double and single standards” and ignorance. He is a genuine street artist; for him, the urban landscape is always his primary canvas.

Although his creations can be found on streets in Colombia’s main cities, Toxicómano’s work has occasionally found its way onto the walls of public buildings like the National Library of Colombia. As a result, his message has spread beyond the streets and the art world to gain recognition...

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Mariusz Waras (mCity) was born in 1978 in Gdynia (Poland). In 2004, he graduated from the Faculty of Graphic Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk where he worked as a teaching assistant at prof. Jerzy Ostrogórski’s studio (2008-2014). For three years, he run the Graphic Design Workshop at the Department of Intermedia at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk. In 2013, he obtained his PhD at the Department of Painting of the Gdańsk Academy. Since 2014, he has been working as a teaching assistant at prof. Henryk Cześnik’s Painting Workshop. Since 2015, he runs the Street Art Studio at the Faculty of PainQng and New Media at the Academy of Art in Szczecin.

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El Seed

Born and raised in France, eL Seed is a well-known artist originally from Tunis. Through a unique mix of Arabic calligraphy and ‘Wildstyle’ painting, he delivers inventive and thought-provoking messages. He turns graffiti into a fine art form and striking platform, rather than a mark of vandalism.

Through his art, he explores his identity and roots, using creative expression to raise questions. With topical themes, vibrant colour and eye-catching design, eL Seed promotes modern Arab culture around the world. He breaks down stereotypes, comments on relevant issues, and invites onlookers to think again.


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What now seems like a lifetime but is merely a decade ago I sat slumped at my desk, head on arm pushing a pencil round a piece of paper dreaming up ways to kill time and break the chains holding me to my desk, Monday to Friday each day became the same and I was eating my brain. Then one day whilst dreaming up further ideas in the series of ‘Ways to kill time’ the pencil lines on the pad started to become characters, strange and dysfunctional they formed my dysfunctional world which had no rule. Slowly I figured the pencil could be replaced with a marker pen (the Pentel N50 to...

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Ben Eine

Ben Eine was born in 1970, in London. As a youngster, he worked for Lloyds of London and started painting walls as a vandal leaving his first tag all over London.Eine has been arrested for vandalism 14 times and was categorized as an artistic fugitive at a young age, but after two of his fellow graffiti artists were arrested and sent to prison he decided to step aside. After a while, he devoted his full attention to decorating the streets. During the course of time, Ben Eine became master graffiti artist and in past few years established a studio titled simply Pictures on Walls which became known for most iconic works.


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MONSTFUR is an indigenous organism of artland, subsisting on the byproducts of modern life and the cultural carrion of generations past. From the outset it drew inspiration from an urban dystopia with which it soon fell into a relationship of co dependant creativity. It expresses itself on the rusted steel sheets and redundant signage of its natural habitat equally as lucidly as on the rarefied canvas of the studio or gallery. This versatility has resulted in the colonisation of a variety of disparate locations: neither contemporary exhibiton spaces nor abandoned factories are safe...

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