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We were looking forward to welcome Quick Pen at MOS Germany this year, but unfortunately the world is not free and he did not receive his visa to participate. Nevertheless we want to introduce you this artist and his works...
  • 18. September 2019
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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.
  • 30. May 2019
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Another guest at MOS Germany is JahOne from Bulgaria whose given his name by a friend while doing some “rough style.” He has been painting since 2010 and finds that painting walls is the best way for him to express...
  • 4. May 2019
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TNT from San Salvador will be one of the many guests from latin America to join MOS Germany. His artist name derives from his intervention with walls which has always been an explosion of colors hence the tag TNT which...
  • 27. April 2019
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Another far travelling artist to represent at MOS Germany is CER of Outsign Crew, coming from GuangZhou, China who has been keeping his name a secret and is painting for nine years.
  • 28. February 2019
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Meeting Of Styles Manila in 2017 will host many dope artists from around the Philippines, but also from all over Asia. One of the particpating rockers will be Tuyuloveme from Yogyakarta (Indonesia). Check out what he has to say!
  • 1. April 2017
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Bato PSP/JKS/GAK from Quezon and Valenzuela City will participate at Meeting Of Styles Manila. Check out his words and meet him at MOS Philippines. “I have been painting for 8 years. Graffiti to me is Graffiti, it is passion not...
  • 24. March 2017
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This time MOS introduces one of its own partners, host of MOS Philippines: TRIP63 of Three Flare Krew from Manila.  If you visit Manila aside of MOS, Trip is your man. He runs the wellknown Graf-Store “Carrot Bombing” and therefore...
  • 24. March 2017
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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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    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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    Another guest at MOS Germany is JahOne from Bulgaria whose given his name by a friend while doing some “rough style.” He has been painting since 2010 and finds that painting walls is the best way for him to express himself. At the time, we were really into Jungle and Dubstep, and the Rasta culture…