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  2. This piece was made with the help of urbanact.gr

    Karditsa, Greece

    Blaqk 2014


  3. FOUR B

  4. FOUR B 1-4
    Acrylic on wood
    size: 4 x A4

    Part of Graffuturism group show A Major Minority.
    1AM gallery, San Francisco (USA)

    Blaqk 2014

  5. Blaqk @ “A Major minority”  Group Exhibition 

    1AM Gallery, San Francisco

    A Major Minority

    An Intercontinental survey of Othercontemporary Urban Art

    Opening Reception: Friday, March 14th, 2014, 6:30 – 9:30pm

    Show Dates: March 14th through April 12th

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA – 1AM is pleased to present, “A Major Minority”, opening on March 14th, from 6:30 - 9:30 PM. Curated by San Francisco-based artist Poesia, “A Major Minority” is a survey of Othercontemporary Urban Artists from over 18 countries consisting of over a 100 artists. Expect to see an international sampling of art works that reveal the overall character of Urban Art and its relationship to the public as well as the contemporary art world.

    According to Poesia, urban art has become an OtherContemporary art movement outside of the contemporary and critical art world. By taking a large sampling of the world’s most prevalent urban artists, Poesia aims to reveal the true character of this art form as being born outside of theory and based on its interactions with the public as well as its urban landscape. “A Major Minority” is an attempt to illustrate the current progression of this art form as “traditional graffiti merges with street art and becomes what the public has coined Urban Art.”

    Come check out works by world renowned artists 108, 2501, O.Two, ABCDEF, Alex Kuznetsov, Alex One, Alexander Becherer, Alexey Luka, Amandalynn, Antistatik,  Arnaud TRBDSGN Liard, Askew, Basik, Bezt, Blaqk, Blo, Boe, Bom.k, Borondo, Cain Caser, Christopher Derek Bruno, Clams Rockefeller, Col, Collin Van Der Sluijs, Corn79, Dame, Dana Woulfe, Deams, Debens, Defer, Dem189, Demsky, Dime, Djae, Does, Drew Tyndell, Drew Young, Duncan Passmore, EKG, Estria, Etnik, Evgeniy Dikson, Faust, Felipe Pantone, Franco Jaz Fasoli, Gilbert1, Graphic Surgery, Hellbent, INO, Jay Paavonpera, Jaw, Jerry Inscoe, Jurne, Kan, Karlos Carcamo, Katre, Kema, Ken Davis, Kidghe, Kwest, Legz, LX One, Mac1, Mags, Martina Merlini, Matt W. Moore, Max Rippon, Mes, Mike Bam, Moneyless, Morik, Nawer, Nelio, Nibor Reiluos, Nmph, Pener, Petro, Poesia, Proembrion, Rafael Sliks, Romi, Rubin, Sainer, Samuel Rodriguez, SatOne, Scott La Rockwell, See One, Seikon, Sepe, Silvio Magaglio, Slicer, Slick, Sowat, Spé, Stendec, Stephen Holding, Swiz, Thiago Toes, Thomas Bestvina, Thomas Canto, Tobe, Todd Mazer, V3rbo, Vesod, Vincent Abadie Hafez Zepha, Wais, Wane, and Xuan Alyfe.

    For more information, visit www.1AMGallery.com

  6. detail from our participation

  7. poster 35 x 50cm
    ink on paper

    Blaqk 2013


  13. Blaqk featured in IdN magazine

  14. Blaqk featured in IdN magazine



  15. Left overs: The belly of a city exhibition

    Blaqk, Daniel Egneus, Versaweiss, Philip Theodoridis, Paris Koutsikos

    Having long experience in the fields of graphic design and Street Art, Blaqk, Daniel Egneus, Versaweiss, Philip Theodoridis and Paris Koutsikos, adapt their work to a purely visual context, presenting at the TinT gallery digital prints, paintings and murals.
    On the occasion of the book by Italo Calvino “Invisible Cities”, the artists present an alternative approach to how we perceive cities, how they are formed and how they function, unconstrained by the laws of physics or by contemporary urban theory.

    Blaqk interfere with the gallery’s interior and create a mural consisting of geometric shapes and elements of calligraphy while Daniel 

    Egneus examines a deserted city inhabited by animals.

    Versaweiss present a composition consisting of landscapes, constructions and natural organisms with the purpose of creating a conceptual web joining the “triangle” of natural environment-man-architecture.

    Philippos Theodoridis invents “Ydria,” a city supported by scaffolding and suspended between big staircases and water.

    Finally, Paris Koutsikos creates an urban environment which he calls “Paracity” and maps out the possible routes of an imaginary traveler.

    TinT gallery 
    Thessaloniki, Greece, May 2013