Tag: Sam3

  • Street Sketchbook: Journeys – advance copy

    Street Sketchbook: Journeys – advance copy

    Finally after two years in the making I have a copy of Street Sketchbook: Journeys. This is my favourite cover as designed by Ripo although the Italian cover is also nice. There are other covers for the American & French versions… Here is a little info about the book, but in the simplest terms this […]

  • Insitu Festival Caceres

    This summer saw the birth of another new street art festival – this time in the beautiful walled city of Caceres – (which reminds me of my days working for WOMAD, who produce a great festival there every year). The festival is called Insitu and is the brain-child of San, a very talented artist from Madrid […]

  • 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 […]

  • Sam3 stop motion

    Sam3’s new stop motion is a triumph of low-fi. One of those films you wished you had made yourself – but of course you didn’t so hats off to Sam. I’m huge fan of all of  Sam3‘s work – he has a great commitment to his work and comes up with many beautiful ideas. Its […]

  • 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 […]