ASTRONAUTBOYS | Indonesia
Born in Bandung. Since little always wanna be an Astronaut or Fireman. But time goes by and this desire wiped away and decided to change the flow to become an Architect (but apparently all this wishes would not be implemented anyway).
Still afraid on elevated place and still dreaming to fly alone with no help at all.Be fond of manual and simple lines.Mostly inspired from trees, spreading plants, monster figure and some scaly creature.
CLOGTWO | Singapore
Eman Raharno commonly known, as CLOGTWO (circa 2004) in the street scene, is a graffiti practitioner who devotes most of his time and life on finding the style as a character based artists. CLOGTWO is also an illustrator and video designer, he has done a few projects for Adidas, Singapore Arts Museum, Singapore National Health Promotion Board and Singapore National
Product: Urban garudas
SUIKO1 | Japan
“SUIKO” is an up-to-coming artist acting in Hiroshima. His name will be engraved in minds who work in a field of Graffiti (mural art) all over the world. He does not restrict himself where he could work and goes anywhere there are walls. His works have a positive
message such as challenges and expectations to the new days. By sifting his styles to a higher level that he focuses upon the future with his confident and thought, he has been creating his original fonts since then. Providing his designs to well known and big name
companies such as “Disney” and “Dr. Pepper” has broadened our dreams out, and now he cannot help himself to stop creating and painting.
(text by Nobuki Namba)
KATUN | Malaysia
Born in 12 OCTOBER 1986, Kuala Lumpur. The name of ‘KATUN’ originated from high school, came from the love of sketching cartoon characters throughout the years. The love towards graffiti came after high school and the rest is history.
Crew member of DISTRICT PHBKLK ZNC DPT.
Product: Alter ego
XEME | Hongkong
Xeme is a Hong Kong based graffiti artist. His works is primarily dedicated to letters and patterns.
Coming from a city where graffiti art barely existed, Xeme was inspired by the small Asian graffiti community and his Chinese background.
Throughout different times, Xeme has been painting in Chinese characters and he also transform Chinese calligraphy into a new art form by combining letters with shapes and patterns. In the present day, Xeme is still trying to pushes the boundaries of his works and showcasing it through his travels.