Bombers Bicycle [vimeo]

A film about bombing and biking with B-root, JNR crew.
“Cykeln den har blivit stulen med det är lugnt för det går runt i cykler.
Någon tar min, jag tar någons. Och så är cirkeln sluten.”
Footage by B-root, JNR crew
Cut by 4608.
Music by Banana Brothers.

Bombers Bicycle

Street Art Österlen [vimeo]

Street Art Österlen was started in 2014 after artist Carolina Falkholts painted a mural in the region next to Österlens Museum in Simrishamn. Already with that inspiration in mind a group of people got together to realize the project again this year, in the middle of the Swedish summer even though this time with artists coming from different countries and backgrounds around the world.
In addition to a diverse line up of artists, the festival sets itself apart since it all happens in the countryside of Skåne in southern Sweden, on buildings that were before used mostly for farming activities.
The sudden change in the countryside’s landscape was greatly welcomed with a huge pilgrimage of people moving around the different walls appreciating this new mix of modern streetart/graffiti and traditional rural architecture.
I followed a group of artists from Malmö on their mission to paint an old warehouse in a small town called Borrby.
While the other walls were given permission to be painted, this wall lacked permission right until before the festival started due to a reluctant position from the owner who after looking into the artists work, he realized the value that they could give to a now, unused beautiful warehouse.
Photo and Film by Futuro Berg
Soundtrack: The Code – Her (
CBA Productions

Street Art Österlen

Roze. Get Into The Ego Trap.

Protagonist of the video is the graffiti writer from Saint-Petersburg under pseudonym Roze.
In the life of a big city there are many interesting phenomena that have a strong influence on the culture. And graffiti is no exception. This set of actions and creativity, which gives a person a sense of freedom. But it is easy to get trapped in your ego, playing this game as long as lifetime.

Aper & Tibak In Santiago De Chile

As you probably already know, the Santiago de Chile metro is one of the most difficult systems in South America, due to its sophisticated surveillance and its guards’ perseverance in its safekeeping. But for many writers such as Aper, difficulties are but challenges to overcome in the obstacle-filled race of graffiti on metros. The most intrepid Canadian invites us on another new adventure of subterranean conquests, far away from home with friends as Tibak or Sorcek. There’s also some street graffiti to accompany and lend more variety to this video recorded in the Chilean capital.