Art Forum resume

We are happy to announce our art foum resume:

Winners of various competitions of our art forum:  

Competition of animated films in graffiti and street-art style. Competition theme: How can art change urban environment?

Official selection

Winners:
 
 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
 Graffiti Stop Motion (Dir. Broken Fingaz/Israel/2010)
 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 !
 
ABSOLUTE CLASSIC 
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
video:
 

 
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:
 

АНИМИРОВАННЫЙ ГИФ MASHUP from Evan Roth on Vimeo.

 
Initial screening documentation:
 

АНИМИРОВАННЫЙ ГИФ MASHUP (Screening Documentation) from Evan Roth on Vimeo.

 
The new graffiti wall 120 meters long was created at the Art Center "Red Banner"

To see the scrolling image of the wall plese place the cursor at the right field of the photo below:

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