Item by LICHI G
Artist Lichi-G from Taiwan is a big favourite at SRK and we featured her way back in one of our first Stickerbomb books. We’ll have some more work of hers coming soon but in the meantime go check her flickr > http://www.flickr.com/photos/lichig/
Thanks to all who showed up at our Graffiti Asia show on thursday. The show will be up for the next month so get in touch if you are in Bangkok and come say hello.
The next event at the [Space] is a little look at some of the pioneers of graffiti and street art in Asia. If you are in the Bangkok area, come down and say hello - and the show will be up for about a month.
Delbert Tibbs is the subject of the third One For Ten Films. He spent two years on death row but was later freed. For more info go straight to http://www.oneforten.com
Stacey Rozich who featured in our Stickerbomb book has a new show at the Roq Le Rue space in Seattle. Opening May 2nd, Stacey has just upped her game even more building further on her creatures, her shaman vibes and her pattern work.
We thoroughly encourage anyone who is around to get down there.
Beautiful commissioned piece by Washio Tomoyuki. Can’t wait to start making SRK collaboration products with him this year..
OneForTen Films - Joe D’Ambrosio spent 22 years on Ohio’s death row protesting his innocence before a judge ruled that he had been wrongfully convicted and the charges against him were dropped. Joe describes what life is like as a free man after losing decades to prison.
A Love Letter to London: “Heavyweight”, by Musa Okwonga
Such a great piece by writer, author, activist, poet, performer - general all round talented geezer!
“London will defend its sense of self at anyone’s expense” - tru that mate!
Had a great Ride The Future event at the [Space] on Saturday. Raising awareness for their kickstarter campaign where they will travel across the USA in electric vehicles and smash a few Guiness World Records.
More info go and check > http://ridethefuturetour.com/
KITRA / CRISTI
Great work by guys from OneForTenFilms. This is their first film of five »>
Kirk Bloodsworth was the first person to be exonerated and released from death row by DNA evidence. In this film, Kirk describes his experience of being convicted for a crime he did not commit, being on death row and how the discovery of DNA testing led to his release. He also describes the limitations and roadblocks involved in using DNA to exonerate people on death row.
Also check this great article in the UK’s Metro here >
We had the pleasure of having Romanian artist Kitra visit our studio from Bucharest. He is one of many new artists featuring in our upcoming Stickerbomb XL book later this year and we’re rating his work at the moment.
Here are a couple of BUCUR resin toys he was exhibiting in London. Check out more of his work on his facebook page.
Flicks from our [Space] jam the other day — getting our schedule together now and should have some great events lined up - check www.thespacebangkok.com