Run The Jewels

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Photography by Chard Remains Photography

Tag the Jewels is a worldwide street art initiative for which over 30 artists across 6 continents were invited to remix the group’s iconic album cover art – two opposing hands, one forming a gun, the other holding a chain.

The artists were given a very simple brief and the freedom to express their own unique interpretations of Nicholas Gazin’s original artwork.

These signature pieces designed by respected local artists have gone up contemporaneously on walls from Los Angeles to Lagos, Paris to Jakarta, Sao Paolo to New Delhi and many more.  It is the first global installation of it’s kind.

Run the Jewels is grateful to these talented artists for their generous and inspiring contributions.

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MALICE K

Malice K

Fresh from Sheffield Hallam University, Rox & Ab Productions spent a short period over April 2014 documenting Sheffield, UK based Illustrator / Street Creep Mila K.

Filmed over a period of days their unique cinematic short movie captures Mila K painting a large scale mural around the Sheffield based street wear and high fashion label Alice Takes A Trip HQ.

ArtworkMila K
VideoRox & Abs Production
Music – Burial ‘Ghost Hardware

For enquires on future video collaborations email Rox at rox_stainburn@msn.com

City Of Colours

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Collaboration between Philth / N4T4 / Ragoe / AsOne / The Bench 504 and Mila K for Birmingham City Of Colours

Shouts to Karl Jekyll Paragreen and Becci Wright for the hook up.

On the 6th September 2014, Digbeth (Birmingham) , will see the City of Colours festival bring together over 100 artists, who will transform Digbeth into one of the UKs largest outdoor art galleries. The event will be a platform for promoting emerging talent alongside more established artists, with the streets being turned into a sea of colour with live painting, music, b boys and beat box battles, cinema screenings & other innovative and engaging visual art forms.

Artwork – Mila K

Video – Sentient Visuals

Music – Aries & Pappa G ‘Bubbling Wind

Photography – Wezism