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The Good, The Bad, The Villain, CANEMORTO and The Crack for Your Eyes Slinger: Amo-te Lisboa

Sometimes it's not us finding dope projects it's the dope that finds us. How does that saying go? I don't look for drugs, but drugs look for me? Or was that from a song? Anyhow, this one is one of those dope projects. One of those we wanna roll up in a joint, light up, take a puff. And another puff. Then pass it along. Amo-te Lisboa is an ode and a work of god. That god is Txakurra. He is a hungry god. Hungry for grotesquely and...

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  •  19.02.2016
  •  Miquel Àngel Madalone

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The absurdous five: The Good, The Bad, The Villain, CANEMORTO and the Crack For Your Eyes dealer

We know, we know, we’ve been quiet for a while.. That doesn’t mean still though! Always looking to expand our horizons and get the fuck out of our comfort zone, here at CFYE we’ve listened to the call of the sun this time around and we’ve extended our tentacles of world domination to caress Lisbon and Lisbon is caressing us right back: We're proud of presenting to you in collaboration with the always awesome CANEMORTO and O...

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  •  16.01.2016
  •  Miquel Àngel Madalone

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The Flowers of Therese O’Keeffe

Let us introduce you to the vibrant work of Therese. The bright, yet soothing colours are a feast for the eye. Her paintings have the Irish countryside written all over it. With great pleasure we bring you a few words from the very kind Therese O'Keeffe. ...

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  •  16.11.2015
  •  Kaymir

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Shok1 – X-Fly

You might know that we're big fans of London based (graffiti) artist. Over time we gathered two fantastic prints of his, and recently he released one of his flyest (excuse the pun) print yet! They're released in three different versions and go for 140 pound each. Well worth the money we say. Cop yours here. X-Fly - Fire From the press release: X-Fly’ is the latest release in a series of sold out fine art prints by aerosol...

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  •  11.11.2015
  •  Arden

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Drew Leshko – Home is where you park it

Very few would consider an 'ordinary' garbage dumpster as art. Yet Philadelphia based artist Drew Leshko has the skill to make you look at your surroundings and every day buildings in a new, appreciative way. Drew takes the time out of his day to create paper miniatures of his current and past surroundings. Dumpsters, iceboxes, campers, bodega's, vending carts; all the things that are (or eventually will be) replaced by a newer,...

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  •  17.08.2015
  •  Arden

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Mark Kirkpatrick and his liking for barren landscapes

We at CFYE are all about exploring, whether that be physically in the field or mentally in the mind. We salute the hikers, the sailors, the cosplayers, the wonderers, the scientists and everything else in between. For me personally I am drawn to the landscape when it comes down to exploration. So it's no wonder that instantly fell in love with the work of Mark Kirkpatrick. Let's have a quick chat with this awesome guy!...

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  •  17.08.2015
  •  Kaymir

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Pahnl – A little art

The last decade we've seen stencil art changing from something simple and reproducible to rocket-surgery work with 15 layers of stencils and 25 colours depicting an ironic post-modern interpretations of 90's graffiti. Pahnl takes a different approach. The Oxford (England) based street artists is mostly known for his stick-men, women, cats and dogs in all sorts of variations. The simple characters speak the international language of...

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  •  12.08.2015
  •  Arden

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Fashion photography with Gennadiy Chernomashintsev

Ukrainian fashion photographer Gennadiy Chernomashintsev was born in the USSR in 1968 and currently works as an art-director for the Ukrainian magazine DOMINO. His love for photography started at an early age, and he developed a special love for fashion photography, especially in black and white. When his father got him a great Soviet rangefinder,the FED(ФЕД) which was basically a Russian Leica clone, the magic began....

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  •  04.08.2015
  •  Arden

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Martin Ron – Bigger than life

At the most recent Upfest, some amazing murals were erected! Amongst all the visual violence, works still stood out, like the ones from Martin Ron. Martin Ron is an amazing muralist hailing from Buenos Aires, Argentina. He's been responsible for some amazing murals all across the globe. This introduction doesn't do him justice, so without further ado I present you with the words and works of Martin Ron!...

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  •  29.07.2015
  •  Arden

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Etnik – Upside down city

Etnik (Florence, Italy) has been doing graffiti since the early 90's. Over time he has developed a signature style, transforming his letters from graffiti to what he calls an 'upside-down city landscape' with geometrical and architectural figures. Responsible for tons of amazing pieces, murals but also fantastic sculpture, we're honoured to present you with the work and words of Etnik!...

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  •  27.07.2015
  •  Arden