Who is KIDULT?

It's hard to have missed the phenomenon KIDULT. This graffiti artist is doing a lot of noise for few months by attacking famous shop windows mostly located in Paris with his extinguisher full of painting. His favorite signature? A giant KIDULT which cover the entire store front. The victims? The famous brands Agnès b. , JCDC, the shop Colette, Kenzo or recently Hermes and Louis Vuitton. To learn more about him, watch this documentary. DOPE!

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KRINK: The Best Drip Ink in Graffiti
We caught up with Craig Costello, graffiti artist and creator of KRINK, the notorious brand responsible for drip style markers, mops, and fire extinguishers. As a punk kid growing up in Queens, Craig would scavenge for supplies to paint the walls and buildings of New York. His desire to create larger pieces and invent unique graffiti tools led to the development of his internationally recognized ink and paint brand Krink Inc. Craig's signature style morphed out of his modifications and innovations with paint tools; using a fire extinguisher filled with paint and paint markers rather than spray paint, his style became an instant hit in many cities around the world. Check out the best of VICE here: http://bit.ly/VICE-Best-Of Subscribe for videos that are actually good: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/user/vice/videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com





KCBR - Live Life Like
http://www.editionpatrickfrey.com/en/books/kcbr-live-life http://www.urbanpeople.com/index.php?stoken=EF285CB7&force_sid=6d080dc80f8c c7541203838923a23111&lang=0&cl=search&searchparam=kcbr In 2012 KCBR's sprayers were busy enhancing Zurich's cityscape and it's rail network. At the end of last year, they dropped a documentary of their endeavors into the mailbox of art publisher Edition Patrick Frey. Just a couple of weeks later, before the paint on the trains had even dried, their book Live Life Like KCBR was published. Over one hundred images and a report by the 'Das Magazin' Journalist Daniel Ryser provide an in-depth insight into the work of what is probably Zurich's most active graffiti crew. Amateur Magazine




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