Kings of Concrete 2011 22 July 2011Posted by Irish Street Art in Street Art Events.
Tags: ADW, AKA Crap, Andto, Askim, Brian Coldrick, canvaz, Chris Judge, Colm MacAthlaoich, Darren John, David McClelland, Dublin, Grim, Hawkie, James Kirwin, Jine, Kings of Concrete, Kube, KVLR, MasterZ, Morgan, Mr. Steve, Myne, Naser, Omin, Phats, Risto, Rolk, Scie, Solus, Vetza
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The sixth annual Kings of Concrete takes place in Dublin this weekend. This year’s giant graffiti line up includes ADW, AKA Crap, Andto, Askim, Brian Coldrick, Canvaz, Chris Judge, Colm MacAthlaoich, Darren John, David McClelland, Grim, Hawkie, James Kirwin, Jine, Kube, KVLR, Naser, MasterZ, Morgan, Mr. Steve, Myne, Omin, Phats, Risto, Rolk, Scie, Solus and Vetza. For more information visit Kings of Concrete 2011 on facebook.
Maser and Bodytonic present 9 December 2009Posted by Irish Street Art in Street Art Events.
Tags: bodytonic, Kube, Maser, Omin
Maser and Bodytonic are proud to present the work of Dundalk-based graffiti artists Kube and Omin. Painting commercially and as a passionate hobby, Kube and Omin have been painting the countries walls for the past 13 years, bringing graffiti art to their hometown and nationwide, as well as being established on the international scene.
Using a wide range of media, including spray painted canvas, acrylic and oil paintings and photographic pieces to fully showcase the vibrancy, movement and technical skill that comes with this very new and rapidly moving art form.
Kube and Omin have painted for a vast array of major companies, brands, festivals and arts organisations. Working commercially doing commissions and brand promotion the pair have been submitting their artwork to internationally circulated magazines for the past 10 years, gaining them work overseas aswell as representing the Irish Graffiti art scene on an worldwide platform.
Graffiti art by its very nature is something that the public see and admire but yet mystery surrounds the rhyme and reason to why and how it is done. Since its beginings in the 70’s, Graffiti art has been a voice for young artists to display their talents on a public stage without reward, whilst risking prosecution in some cases to express themselves.
Using such a wide range of mediums – Kube and Omin hope to visually demonstrate the essence of Graffiti art through their own styles and skills. From sketches used on past murals, to photographs of walls, to graffiti art on canvas – all facets of the artform will be displayed and will give a visual narrative to their 13 years of non-stop graffiti art exploits.
This is the first show of its kind to be held in Twisted Pepper and promises to be one of most animated and interesting uses of the space to date. Kube and Omin will be displaying original pieces for this show in addition to painting some of the gallery walls and creating a more unique atmosphere to the space.
This show promises to be fresh on every surface.
Graffiti Exhibition: Dundalk 7 November 2009Posted by Irish Street Art in Irish Graffiti, Street Art Events.
Tags: Dundalk, Ireland, Kube, Omin
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Graffiti Art Exhibition by Kube & Omin
Fresh on Every Surface
5th November – 27th November 2009
Open Mon – Fri 10am -1pm & 1:30pm- 5pm
Basement Gallery,Town Hall, Dundalk, Co.Louth