After more than 200 events worldwide and a history going back to 1997 the time has come to finally release a book about the history of the Int. Meeting of Styles, presenting the years from 1997-2006 and the evolution from...
  • 19. May 2014
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The MOS came to Mexicali in 2004, a city north of the country near california and the US-Boarder – first time in Mexico. No doubt that this city is mostly about guns, prostitution, drugs and how to sneak into the...
  • 3. October 2004
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Originally the Meeting was scheduled to happen in San Francisco, but due politics it was not possible to do it there. Luckily we could switch the venue to Los Angeles.
  • 26. September 2004
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Chitown was very interesting. The walls of the MOS were near 59th St. between Damen Ave. and Racine Ave. Four viaducts that had a total of eight walls plus some more walls around. All walls were well reachable in a short...
  • 17. September 2004
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The NYC-MOS was happening at the same spot as in 2003. Corner of Paidge and Provost streets in Greenpoint Brooklyn. Beside of the main wall, there are several walls near-by. All walls are well reachable in a short walk.
  • 12. September 2004
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The belgium Meeting happened at the same spot as in the former years, which is located at a very famous touristic place – Muntplein. Over a couple of days artists worked on huge murals with a total of more than...
  • 29. August 2004
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The polish MOS happened in the city where it originally started – Lodz. The original plan was to have the opening of the Graffiti-Gallery, walls that have been especially built for Graffiti-Art. As the works wont be finished in time,...
  • 22. August 2004
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The spot for the dutch Meeting was the same as in 2003 – the beach of Almere at Wet Heerwater with many different attractions.
  • 22. August 2004
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Meeting of Styles Copenhagen goes digital this year! This means a smaller event with our Danish artists. With a focus on livestreaming, we invited a few good old friends to participate from the distance. One of these are EKLOR from Amsterdam, who joined us in 2018!

He dropped this amazing video about visiting Copenhagen and MosCph as an artist with his mates XCUZ and WYKER.

Follow him and the other artists on our upcoming digital event 17-18 July:
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Limited Edition from MOS Poland
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Big Exhibition in Lublin
500 limited edition and custom cans only for Meeting Of Styles, Lublin Poland 2020
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Big Exhibition in Lublin
500 limited edition and custom cans only for Meeting Of Styles, Lublin Poland 2020

 

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    The Mind Behind: Int. Meeting Of Styles – In The Spirit Of Cooperation And Exchange Once upon a time there was an abandonned area consisting thousands of square meters of wallspace. It was a time when hundreds of artists from all over the world gathered annually to leave signs of their skills. After the dark…
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  • Saki from San Diego (USA) “Transforming of letters into intergalactic funk”
    In 1987 I went by the name Phantazm, but this became a little long, so I was itching for something new. I would shorten it to “Phan,” or use other aliases, but I wanted something permanent. A girl I was into at the time suggested the name “Saki.” I was already interested in Japanese culture…
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