THE BEST ANIMATED FILM IN GRAFFITI AND STREET-ART STYLE.
Graffitiger (Dir. Libor Pixa/Czech republic/2010)
This witty and slightly melancholic short animated movie tells a story of a lonesome, painted graffiti-tiger that lives on walls and facades of Prague’s houses. The city full of filthy streets and corners covered with graffiti is a savage jungle where the tiger seeks his way back to the love he lost.
Special mentions by the jury:
THE BEST GRAFFITI VIDEO-ART
Virus (Dir. Robert Proch/Poland/ 2009)
Here comes a little symphony of the city, where geometric order is suddenly violated by the
arrival of graffiti and monochromatic shades make way for colorful splashes. It is a city, formed of mass and machine which undergo constant transmutations under the influence of whimsical and anarchic elements.
THE MOST CHARISMATIC ANIMATED FILM IN GRAFFITI AND STREET-ART STYLE
Cardboard (Dir. Sjors Vervoort/Netherlands/2009)
A cardboard animated short about the rise and fall of characters in the city.
THE ANIMATED FILM FULLY DEVELOPING GRAFFITI AND STREET-ART THEME
The first animation work by Tant and Unga - Broken Fingaz crew members.
THE MOST SENSITIVE ANIMATED FILM IN GRAFFITI AND STREET-ART STYLE.
Lose this child (Dir. Yuval Nathan/ Merav Nathan/Israel/2010)
Sometimes a beach isn't just a beach. And, as night falls, that is the case in this animated video. As the sun goes, the sand comes to life and takes on the forms of an entire mini eco-system of aquatic life. Sea turtles are born, eels emerge to pursue their prey and Mother Earth orchestrates it all.
THE MOST ALTERNATIVE WAY OF USING THE SUNLIGHT ENERGY :
What Light (Dir. Sarah Wickens/Great Britain/2009)
“What Light (Through Yonder Window Breaks)” is named after and based exclusively on that line from William Shakespeare’s “Romeo And Juliet”.
THE MOST EPIC ANIMATED FILM IN GRAFFITI AND STREET-ART STYLE.
Pixels (Dir. Patrick Jean/France/2010/2’35)
New York invasion by 8-bit creatures !
Muto (Dir. Blu/Italia/2008/7'26)
Ambiguous animation on the city walls. Filmed in Baden and Buenos-Aires.
Graffiti photo competition results
Best photo of the voting on our website
Winner DIP?TRIP! St.Petersburg
Most hypnotizing photo
Special award from Redspective
Winner: Andrey ADNO, Kaliningrad
Best North-West graffiti
Special award from Megafon
Winner: POLE – Pavel Poliakov, Murmansk
Street Art Jam at Palace Bridge, St.Petersburg at the night 19 to 20 August got 15 000 spectators: photo gallery
TV emission of the 1st channel Russia about Strret Art Jam:
Here new Animated Gif Mash-Up by Evan Roth created at master class 17 August in St.Petersburg was premiered: