A young Graffiti Writer who defines his own identity by utilizing graffiti letters as the weaponry on the scene. Shouldering an Architect job at a local firm on one hand while dedicatedly dazzling others with his graffiti strokes on the other, Asmoe’s art form and letter flow are mainly inspired by architectural vocabulary & terminologies. To him, great letters come with solid understanding of the basic foundations and styles.
My name is Klaas Lageweg . As a visual artist, I create murals and paintings. Art is my means to function autonomously in this society. Creating and developing causes me to experience conflict, euphoria, disappointment and pride. In other words: paint keeps me going. My focus is always on the end result. As I find inspiration in my day-to-day environment, my work generally contains an observational outlook. In combining seemingly opposing forms, such as realism, pixel art and abstractions, I am always pushing the boundaries.
Sokar Uno (1987) was born and raised in Gotha, Germany. Since 2010 he lives in Berlin and realizes national and international projects. His artistic development starts in 1999 as a classical graffiti writer, but soon it turned to fine art and urban art. He loves experiments with fragmentation, figurative shapes, and repetitions.
Loutsider, who is born in 1984 in the west of France. Started doing graffiti when he was 16 years old. In the same time he finished his first work called: The Cabinet Making. He needed a job in Paris in 2006, and he learned a lot of graffiti experience there. Actually graffiti is his work and his life!
I am Reser from Turin, a city in the north of Italy. I started painting in the summer of 1994, taking inspiration from the
walls and paintings along the railways during my travels to Paris and Amsterdam by train. Back then it was not common to see graffiti in Turin… but one night I had the good fortune to meet Spyder, a writer who was one of the first in the graffiti scene of Turin. From that day on I never turned my back on the spray can! I am member of Tot’s crew since 1997. Tot’s has become a part of my life!
GOMAD (Marcus Debie) was born in the city of Sittard, The Netherlands, in 1972. His artistic passion has been fostered by the movie Beat Street: he has been therefore developing an interest in the graffiti scene since the early 80’s, being one of the pioneers in the south Dutch graffiti scene. He has been seeking a personal painting language and abilities for more than thirty years, in which the art of graffiti and murals plays a central role, while dedicating time to his own academic education to be a full time muralist and painter.