@klyonsnatborn came by the studio and flexed his vertical leap abilities.
Downtown native. K-60.
José Augusto Amaro Capela, also known as Zezao, started writing graffiti in Sao Paulo in the 90s. He went on to work on walls of sewages, abandoned houses, and deserted alleyways which attracted attention to unusual urban landscapes. In this way, Zezao has created a conversation between the marginal world and the surface world we know.
All works: Zezão, Untitled, 2015, K-60 on canvas, 12 x 16″.
Zezao and Giselle in front of the 109 door.
Nick Waplington is an artist currently working between LA, NYC, and London. Well-known for his paintings and photography, Waplington is an extremely prolific, multi-faceted creative not just limited to the viewfinder and canvas. His recent paintings are showing at the TJ Boulting gallery in London, February 2 to March 4.
We are lost, But its okay…The found are dead, 2016, Krink and acrylic on canvas, 122 x 152 cm / 48 x 60 in.
Happiness is the longing for repetition, 2016, Krink and acrylic on canvas, 122 x 152 cm / 48 x 60 in.
No light only darkness visable II, 2016, Krink and acrylic on canvas, 122 x 152 cm / 48 x 60 in.
The Search For a Superior Moral Justification For Selfishness, 2016, Krink and acrylic on canvas, 122 x 152 cm / 48 x 60 in.
Snoeman is a visual artist and graffiti writer based in New York City. He’s known for his gritty aesthetics and raw depictions of quintessential New York people, places, and scenes. Snoeman visited the Krink studio and demonstrated his unique style.
All works: Snoeman, Krink on vinyl, dimensions variable, 2017.
Downtown NYC native Guess SKE dropped by the Krink compound and made drawings using K-32 on canvas.