LATA Street Culture Festival 2015

Braziliarty & Pigment present LATA, Street Culture Festival brings Graffiti Art outdoor live painting and exhibition, film and workshops to the Red Gallery and walls surrounding one of the most visible corners of Old Street, London. The first LATA is dedicated to Brazilian artists presenting the work of established talent and promoting aspiring ones. The artists will be painting the walls around Red Gallery between 5th and 8th August, closely... Read More

The Legalization of Street Art in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil by Michelle Young on Untapped Cities

“Brazilian graffiti art is considered among the most significant strand[s] of a global urban art movement, and its diversity defies the increasing homogeneity of world graffiti.” – Design Week In March 2009, the Brazilian government passed law 706/07 which decriminalizes street art. In an amendment to a federal law that punishes the defacing of urban buildings or monuments, street art was made legal if done with the consent of the owners. As... Read More