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basta!Sippschaf BLOG
October 26, 2009, 8:16 pm
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basta jungs ueber sich:
Wir sind ein charismatisches Kollektiv neugieriger Individuen, welches mit kleinen Provokationen verpackt in großen kreativen Ergüssen die Welt ein Stück verbessern möchte, sich dabei aber nicht zu ernst nimmt. Der Name entstand 2003 im Zuge des “Nienburg-zerstört” Skateboardfilmes, um unserer Gruppendynamik einen Namen zu geben. Seitdem wurden einige weitere Narren durch das Bestehen waghalsiger Mutproben & Charakterprüfungen in die sympathische Sippschaft aufgenommen.
Die Namen der aktuellen Mitgliederliste lesen sich wie ein 7-stelliger Betrag auf der Habenseite und zergehen nur so auf der Zunge: Tim Rokahr, Alex Kramer, Jan Böckmann, Paco Elles, Tjark Thielker, Carsten Beneker, Christiano da Ros, Kristian Barthen, Moritz Zeller, Daniel May, Max Pochadt, Max Beckmann und Lennie Burmeister.
http://basta-sippe.blogspot.com/

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jaka babnik website is out
October 22, 2009, 9:43 am
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Tomaz-Santl-jaka babnik

chris-eckman

art of asfakt

JAKA BABNIK
Born in March of 1979.
This graduate of Philosophical Faculty at the Universe of Ljubljana (a degree in social studies in sociology with the paper “Skateboard as an unique medium of experiencing city spaces” and a degree in history with the paper “History of Slovenian skateboarding”) has been working as a photographer and a cinematographer since 1996. Between 1998 and 2006 he has worked as a photo editor for Slovenian-Croatian skateboard magazine Pendrek. He is also an author (as a director, director of photography and an editor) of a few renowned Slovenian skateboard movies such as Damage (2002), for which he received a special award for realization at 7. Festival of Slovenian Independent Film and a film Listen to Srecna Mladina (2006) for which he received an award for his camera work at 10. Festival of Slovenian Independent Film. His camera skills can also be seen in skateboard movies such as: Rise up (Element Skateboards), Wolfstadt (The Harmony Skateboards), Nothing But the Truth (Nike Skateboarding).

As a photographer he had a chance to introduce himself at the exhibition “Babnik and friends” at Kazamat Gallery in Osijek (Croatia, 2005) and in December of 2006 at “The Le Boxx Art Show” in Malmö (Sweden). In 2007 Jaka, together with a fellow photographer Sergej Vutuc, started a project called “Art of Asfalt”, that brought together different artists from the republic’s of Ex-Yugoslavia, that all have their roots in skateboard culture and street continues to be their space of expression. Under this title 4 exhibitions went down: in Student Centre in Zagreb (Croatia) where beside the classical exhibition format a big concrete sculpture was build, that fused together different perspectives that present a new step in the development of urban communication and its application to the street, but at the end also gave skateboarders a chance to perform tricks on it, and with that they gave it another meaning; on the island of Korcula (Croatia) where the exhibition was a part of Ooze Festival; at the House of Culture in Pivka (Slovenia) and in the Skateboard Museum in Stuttgart (Germany). The same group later joined forces for the “Opušteno” exhibition in June of 2009 in Tuzla (BiH) and at the 2009 Motovun film festival (Croatia) as a support for a “Why so serious?” exhibition by a Croatian street artist Puma 34. In July of that same year, Jaka was a part of a group photo exhibition at the gallery of Department of Conservation for protecting national heritage in Split (Croatia).

Beside before mentioned work as a staff photographer at Pendrek Magazine and a few book covers for Goga Publishing Company (Lenart Zajc, “Zguba”; Dušan Čater, “Pojdi z mano”; Slavko Pregelj, “Car brez zaklada”; Janja Vidmar, “Angie”) and now as an editor/owner of Kontejner, Jaka has had his photos published in magazines like: Yeyo Skateboard Magazine (Austria), Last Try (Austria), Transworld Skateboarding Business (ZDA), Sidewalk (Great Britain), Uno (Spain), Dogway (Spain), Free Magazine (Czech Republik), Kingpin Skateboarding (Europe), Kolektiv (Croatia), Maska (Slovenia), Monster Skatboard Magazine (Germany), Place (Germany), Transition (Sweden) and Giftorm (Sweden).
http://www.jakababnik.com/

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split street voice
October 19, 2009, 10:25 am
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split-streetart

split-streetart-1

cro-ramps
most famous croatian ramp crew

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split-streetart-2
crossing is develpoing subculture….

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basementizid support t-shirt with esh / aorta
October 16, 2009, 6:19 pm
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esh_aorta_basementizidTSH
edition 1/25 – silkscreen – price: 25 euro

ESHEmir Šehanović, Aorta, was born in Tuzla, 1981.
He is streetartist since 1997. One of the founders of “Manufaktura“art group and part of Art of Asfalt project. After few years of painting the walls, he began doing painting on canvases and later on the other alternative surfaces. At the same time he started doing photography, graphic design, web design and animations, witch is his job now.

aorta kontejner aorta01
aorta_basementizid aorta
esh aorta esh aorta 02

http://www.eshole-esh.blogspot.com/
http://www.plemplemkaufraum.wordpress.com/

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esh support t-shirt
October 13, 2009, 8:57 pm
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esh_aorta_basementizidTSH
edition 1/25 – silkscreen – price: 25 euro

ESH
Emir Šehanović – Aorta, was born in Tuzla, 1981.
He is streetartist since 1997. One of the founders of “Manufaktura“art group and part of Art of Asfalt project. After few years of painting the walls, he began doing painting on canvases and later on the other alternative surfaces. At the same time he started doing photography, graphic design, web design and animations, witch is his job now.
http://www.eshole-esh.blogspot.com/

aorta kontejner aorta01
aorta_basementizid aorta
esh aorta esh aorta 02
http://www.eshole-esh.blogspot.com/

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street-alphabet
October 13, 2009, 4:35 pm
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skore183
vernissage // saturday 17.10.2009 – 20:00
woolwill gallery presents //
the working class hero
skore183

ausstellung // 17. oktober – 28. oktober
fabrik gebäude im gängeviertel
valentinskamp 34a | D-20355 hamburg

Mo. – So. 13 – 22 Uhr
woolwill.com | gaengeviertel.info
skore183.com | street-alphabet.com

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Mark Gonzales at Franklin Parrasch Gallery and on Elk Books
October 13, 2009, 11:16 am
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Mark Gonzales
Round N’ Round

mark gonzales

October 16 – November 28, 2009

Reception for the artist Friday, October 16, 2009, 6 pm – 8pm

Franklin Parrasch Gallery

20 West 57th Street 7th floor
New York, NY 10019
212-246-5360

http://www.franklinparrasch.com/current/

Elk Zine, Books:
published Catalogue in conjunction with Mark Gonzales’s “Round N’ Round” exhibition at New York’s Franklin Parrasch Gallery in October and November 2009, this two volume compendium of drawings, postcards, poems, painted-over newspapers, and photographs by or depicting Mark Gonzales covers a international correspondence spanning more than a decade beginning in 1993. Geographically emanating from such diverse points as San Francisco, Tonga, Paris, Berlin and New Zealand, all were sent in a consistent and copious correspondence between those locales and Manhattan and Brooklyn. Both a primer and survey of Gonzales’ wide-ranging artistic exploits, and a graphic and photocopied link to the newer sculpture and video in “Round N’ Round,” the material in Focus Photos Finishers includes, but is by no means limited to: altered fashion advertisements, drawn and written on postcards picturing Herbert Huncke, Robert Johnson, and a Russian circus bear (amongst other subjects), a portrait of Emily Dickinson, four-time world champion surfer Mark Richard’s autograph on the title page of Thomas Hardy’s The Mayor of Casterbridge obtained during a flight from Los Angeles to Auckland, a cloth skateboard patch presented to Gonzales in Czechoslovakia prior to the fall of the Berlin Wall, representations of 2nd Century B.C. Parthian statues, faxes sent from High Speed Productions featuring a drawing of Michael Jackson complaining “I’ve never been so Insalted,” a photograph of Lee Ralph next to a palm tree, aphoristic texts (“God called out loud but not one would hear him so he went underground he’s low key”), and numerous drawings displaying the full spectrum of Gonzales’s varied and unmistakable styles. Contained together in a transparent plastic wrapper, volume one is 8 ½ by 5 ½,” 14 pages with a color cover and pink pages, volume two is 8 ½” by 7 ½,” 34 pages with a color outside and inside cover and a color centerfold. Edition of 100, $20.
http://www.elkzine.com/books.html

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