Tag Archive: street art


Augustine Kofie

The Circulations Of Her Linear Curiosity”: Augustine Kofie’s “vintage futurism” is a bold blend of drafting technique, graffiti/street art, 60’s and 70’s iconography, unusual geometry and hidden typography. How one self-taught artist could seamlessly bring together so many elements is a testament to how long he has been practicing his craft. A well-respected street artist who went by the name Kofie’One, he has been making his mark on the urban landscape of Los Angeles since the 1990’s and continues to do large-scale murals on buildings to this day. See more here: http://keepdrafting.com/

Isaac Cordal

“Follow the Leader” (2010): Perched on window sills or reaching through metal grates, the tiny cement figures of Brussels-based sculptor and street artist Isaac Cordal inhabit grimy urban spaces. Cordal’s critique of modern industrialization and subsequent alienation from nature is both understated and humorous. Here, defeated corporate drones file into a puddle as though committing suicide, although in other sculptures these suits float on oily puddles in miniature life preservers – a pointed jab at the twisted ideology behind big-business and their artful dodging of accountability. See more of his Cement Eclipses here: http://www.isaac.alg-a.org/