Tag: Ericailcane

  • Breakin-the-wall

    Out of the Sth returns in 2010 – this brilliant street art festival co-curated by Sławek ZBK Czajkowski aka Zbiok is back again in Wroclaw, Poland. I wish I had been able to attend! International painters creating murals include many artists I’ve have featured in books in the past and with whom I am also […]

  • Beyond the Street

    Here’s a book that gets two thumbs up from me and that’s before I’ve even read it – which I’m planning to this weekend. The reason I like it already is not because I am featured in it! – but I admire the work that has gone into it. At least two years of almost […]

  • Stop motion updates

    Both Sam3 and Ericailcane have recently completed some brilliant stop motion animations. The first Nadadores a ceramic animation by Sam3/2010, is an earth poem filmed in Murcia’s outskirts. It is the first time I’ve ever seen an artist animating ceramics! To do this he had to create a number of ceramics at different stages. The […]

  • Ericailcane – Potente di Fuoco

    Ericailcane – Potente di Fuoco

    The most wonderful artist’s book of last year has to be Ericailcane’s Potente di Fuoco. The idea is so simple but just brilliant. Twenty years after he had drawn them Ericailcane’s parents showed him his first drawings featuring both creatures from this earth and fantastic ones. In this book he reinterprets them again side by […]

  • Santa’s Ghetto Bethlehem

    It was a humbling experience to have been able to assist in Santa’s Ghetto’s 2007 in Bethlehem. Each December for six years running, East London screenprint publishers Pictures on Walls have hosted a “squat art concept store” known as Santa’s Ghetto. Usually the venue is an empty shop space, transformed  into a wonderland of underground […]