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VNA Magazine – VNA Issue n. 23

Uscito da poco l’ultimo numero del VNA Magazine, la rivista indipendente trimestrale che ci offre l’opportunità di approfondire la strada nei suoi più disparati aspetti, con approfondimenti sul mondo della street art, dei graffiti, passando per ricca selezione di uscite cartacee e dell’industria urbana.
Per questa 23^ uscità Vna Magazine mette in copertina il talento del duo FAILE, con un bel approfondimento in studio dove tra scatti inediti esce fuori una bella intervista dove i due artisti parlano a ruota libera sui loro progetti, sul loro approccio e sulla bella esibizione Les Ballets De Faile acclamata dalla critica internazionale. Non solo come sempre sfogliando le pagine c’è di tutto, dal un corposo approfondimento sulla scena graffiti e post-graffiti londinese e diverse chiacchierate con vari artisti tra cui non possiamo non citare Agostino Iacurci.
Se vi siete ingolositi non vi resta che acquistare la vostra copia qui, ricordiamo che per gli abbonati e per chi acquista direttamente dallo store la copertina è diversa rispetto a chi si rivolge ai circuiti di distribuzione canonici, prezzo 5,99 Sterline.

Very Nearly Almost is here with its twenty-third issue, bursting full of interviews with some of the most talented artists from around the world. This issue features the prolific duo FAILE on the cover, artists whose unique compositions of retro pop imagery, patterns and type have had a huge impact both on the streets and in galleries. Despite having their hands full with several large-scale projects, they still found time to invite VNA to their Brooklyn studio to chat about about their latest work, including their critically acclaimed collaboration with the New York City Ballet.

VNA 23 doesn’t stop there in terms of NYC tastiness, also featuring the work of American design duo Morning Breath, who create retro-influenced illustration, as well as skate-mad character king Michael Sieben. We’re also lucky enough to feature some great graffiti in this issue, from London-based Vibes and international men of mystery Days & Peque, who ended up interviewing one another. Eager to cover the best of what we have to offer in Britain, we caught up with stencil legend Eelus, whose love for Star Wars and sci-fi propelled him to the forefront of the street art revolution, as well as speaking to chromatic image creator Tom French about his cowboys and skulls, plus a catch-up with Newcastle veterans Prefab77. We also spoke to Berlin-based street art twosome PeachBeach, colourful illustrator Hedof, hailing from a quiet Netherlands town, and Aussie Aeon, who regales us with tales of his recent, often dangerous, South American travels. Just when you thought we couldn’t cram anymore great artists into this issue, we’ve also got illustrator Moose & Yeti, whose Asian-inspired works have been causing ripples in the art world and large-scale muralist Agostino Iacurci who never fails to impress with his big, bold pieces. You’ll also find a street section jam-packed full of images from London, San Diego and finally Istanbul, which we took whilst attending the brilliant Burning Ink event, as well as products from Urban Industry and a great little selection of the latest art-related books.

VNA 23 is available with two alternative covers; one is exclusive to our web store and subscribers, while the other is available through our network of stockists.

Pics by Vna

VNA Magazine – VNA Issue n. 23

Uscito da poco l’ultimo numero del VNA Magazine, la rivista indipendente trimestrale che ci offre l’opportunità di approfondire la strada nei suoi più disparati aspetti, con approfondimenti sul mondo della street art, dei graffiti, passando per ricca selezione di uscite cartacee e dell’industria urbana.
Per questa 23^ uscità Vna Magazine mette in copertina il talento del duo FAILE, con un bel approfondimento in studio dove tra scatti inediti esce fuori una bella intervista dove i due artisti parlano a ruota libera sui loro progetti, sul loro approccio e sulla bella esibizione Les Ballets De Faile acclamata dalla critica internazionale. Non solo come sempre sfogliando le pagine c’è di tutto, dal un corposo approfondimento sulla scena graffiti e post-graffiti londinese e diverse chiacchierate con vari artisti tra cui non possiamo non citare Agostino Iacurci.
Se vi siete ingolositi non vi resta che acquistare la vostra copia qui, ricordiamo che per gli abbonati e per chi acquista direttamente dallo store la copertina è diversa rispetto a chi si rivolge ai circuiti di distribuzione canonici, prezzo 5,99 Sterline.

Very Nearly Almost is here with its twenty-third issue, bursting full of interviews with some of the most talented artists from around the world. This issue features the prolific duo FAILE on the cover, artists whose unique compositions of retro pop imagery, patterns and type have had a huge impact both on the streets and in galleries. Despite having their hands full with several large-scale projects, they still found time to invite VNA to their Brooklyn studio to chat about about their latest work, including their critically acclaimed collaboration with the New York City Ballet.

VNA 23 doesn’t stop there in terms of NYC tastiness, also featuring the work of American design duo Morning Breath, who create retro-influenced illustration, as well as skate-mad character king Michael Sieben. We’re also lucky enough to feature some great graffiti in this issue, from London-based Vibes and international men of mystery Days & Peque, who ended up interviewing one another. Eager to cover the best of what we have to offer in Britain, we caught up with stencil legend Eelus, whose love for Star Wars and sci-fi propelled him to the forefront of the street art revolution, as well as speaking to chromatic image creator Tom French about his cowboys and skulls, plus a catch-up with Newcastle veterans Prefab77. We also spoke to Berlin-based street art twosome PeachBeach, colourful illustrator Hedof, hailing from a quiet Netherlands town, and Aussie Aeon, who regales us with tales of his recent, often dangerous, South American travels. Just when you thought we couldn’t cram anymore great artists into this issue, we’ve also got illustrator Moose & Yeti, whose Asian-inspired works have been causing ripples in the art world and large-scale muralist Agostino Iacurci who never fails to impress with his big, bold pieces. You’ll also find a street section jam-packed full of images from London, San Diego and finally Istanbul, which we took whilst attending the brilliant Burning Ink event, as well as products from Urban Industry and a great little selection of the latest art-related books.

VNA 23 is available with two alternative covers; one is exclusive to our web store and subscribers, while the other is available through our network of stockists.

Pics by Vna