For the first time ever, JUSTKIDS is producing a unique limited edition screen-printed t-shirt in collaboration with famed Brazilian Street Artist Bicicleta Sem Freio. Produced by hand at our lab in Italy, these T-shirts are one of a kind and are sporting one of BSF’s iconic images, “Ratcat Dinner”. Bicicleta Sem Freio aka Douglas de Castro and Renato Perreira are recognized worldwide for their sexy ladies, expressive line work and warm, vibrant color schemes. Bicicleta’s style draws references […]
StreetArtNews and JUSTKIDS are proud to present “Red”, an exquisite limited edition screen-print by the famed Brazilian duo Bicicleta Sem Freio. Bicicleta continues to overrun cities with their creations at an astonishing rate and this print is a brave effort at capturing the charm of their craft. Bicicleta Sem Freio aka Douglas de Castro and Renato Perreira are recognized worldwide for their sexy ladies, expressive line work and warm, vibrant color schemes. Bicicleta’s style draws references from their roots in music, Brazilian […]
By now you’re probably aware of the distinctly work of Deih. He hails from Valencia where he is something of a legend, apart from murals he is big time player in the comic and animation world and makes some very amazing work. He keeps his instagram regularly updated (here) so don’t just take our word for it. We persuaded him to turn out this little beauty into a print before he leaves the planet to live in his self constructed world. Sometimes we […]
The Unexpected is a street art mural festival taking place in Downtown HQ in Fort Smith (Arkansas, USA) the week of September 3-12, 2015. The artists: VHILS, D*FACE, ASKEW, ANA MARÍA, MASER, ROA, BICICLETA SEM FREIO. We were invited by Street art news to the Printology setting. The exhibition is about street art limited edition prints (mostly ours prints ). Fort Smith, we are coming!
Puerto Rican street artist Bikismo created a stunningly photorealistic chrome dog mural for the Raw Project at the Jose De Diego Middle School during the latest Art Basel Miami. The street piece took about four days and was painted entirely with spray, reflecting objects and scenes from the surrounding area giving an incredible 3D feeling. The artist worked in collaboration with JustKids and us to create this screen-printed version of his most famous artwork. After several […]