The 48-year-old Lajos Tornyosi has been working as a tattoo artist since ancient times. He loves his job, which he knows quite well...
Teyl x Desir interview
An honest and direct account from one of the founders of the RCG crew from the beginning to the present day. Nearly 20 years...
Endre/Koen/Darab. Whichever name we look at, each one is a slice of his life, from these he became who he is today...
Interview with graffiti artist Ogre
Burglary, dance, booze, police and rap! RCG Crew member Ogre tells us about the beginnings.
Interview with street artist Szárnyas Doboz
The name and work of Szárnyas Doboz/Box with wings has been familiar to the Hungarian street art lovers for a long time. On the road, we come across a piece of art that for a moment...
Interview with graffiti artist Bronk
The street and its culture were present quite early in the life of graffiti artist Bronk, which gave him a lot of inspiration. His style was greatly influenced by the hip-hop album covers of the late 80s and early 90s. During his several years abroad, he met a lot of like-minded people who inspired and shaped his art.
Time graffiti művész: „Felülmúlni önmagad”
Time graffiti artist's motivation is to surpass himself with every next step. He actively uses the old school style, which he mixes with newer solutions.
Shit Shot interview
Shit Shot is an interesting color spot in the Hungarian graffiti scene. His quirky character repeatedly gets involved in exciting adventures, which the artist captures in various interesting places. Every single area of life has an inspiring effect on him.
Rough Coloring Crew
I was lucky enough to participate in a mini graffiti jam at the beginning of May, where quite a few members of the RCG crew marched to the legal wall in Filatorigat. It is a very harmonious team, they exude cheerfulness and directness. The team is very diverse, everyone creates in a different style, but when they come together for a joint painting, the end result is a uniform, demanding work.
Interview with street artist Optik
The artist Optik was captivated by the world of street art at a relatively early age, even when he was still in elementary school, and here he found the kind of occupation that he enjoys doing even without any particular interest or compulsion.
Interview with graffiti artist Abra
Abra colors the walls of the country with drawings of outstanding form. Over the years, his style has slowly transformed from simpler letters and now he creates almost only abstract works. What motivates him the most is that there are no limits. With each painting, he tries to project his particular mood onto the wall.
Interview with Batman graffiti artist
Batman showed himself in Szeged as well, although not in the person of the iconic superhero known to everyone, but as a graffiti artist who goes around the nights under the name of the dispenser of justice and leaves his name on the walls. He couldn't even imagine a city without graffiti or street art, as he says: "that would be boredom itself."