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Berlin Wall

Berlin Wall

Christchurch is one of many cities around the world with pieces of this wall, which served as a symbol of the Cold War, segregation and despair, but also such a powerful symbol of hope and freedom once it started coming down. 
Graffiti on the Berlin Wall always played a roll in its existence and the pieces of the wall are documented and collated as they get new artwork installed.

M/K Press X Fiksate Risograph Print Release

M/K Press X Fiksate Risograph Print Release

Fiksate Gallery and M.K press have joined forces to collaborate on a limited-edition print series sold exclusively through Fiksate Gallery and online through the Fiksate website.

Anastasia Papaleonida

Anastasia Papaleonida

Anastasia Papaleonida- Pountza was born in 1989 in Patras Greece

Robert Seikon

Robert Seikon

Robert SEIKON born in 1987, Gdynia / Poland

MELINDA BUTT - Urban Abstract

MELINDA BUTT - Urban Abstract

Melinda Butt has been Painting professionally for 15 years. Inspired by Pop, Bauhaus,

TOGO - Urban Abstract

TOGO - Urban Abstract

TOGO is a graffiti artist who has garnered an extensive reputation for his defiant acts of vandalism. After writing his name for over a decade, TOGO now looks to challenge the aesthetic rules of graffiti by further developing into abstract artworks.

Levi Hawken - URBAN ABSTRACT

Levi Hawken - URBAN ABSTRACT

Levi Hawken (b. 1975, Auckland, New Zealand) began his artistic career as a graffiti artist in Auckland City during the mid 1990s. Although much of his graffiti work is no longer visible, the influences in his more formal paintings remain. In the past eight years his work has taken a turn, from the once public forum of the walls and spaces in our cities, to a more private and formal review of his own style. The new works embody Levi's concerns with his own artistic demons and a personal backlash against issues encased within the graffiti movement. Conflicted with the nature of street art through the constant personal and public battle, seeing one's art removed, vandalised and challenged from within the graffiti community, and the public as a whole, Levi has made the poignant decision to take back ownership of his works by composing them on canvas, away form the public domain. This shift has made a marked influence in the way Levi now handles his medium and subject matter. His artistic practices include painting, drawing and sculptural work and can now be seen as a keepsake of the art that once was.