Over the past several years, Puerto Rican-born street artist Alexis Diaz has built an international presence, with giant murals covering everywhere from the side of a crumbling building in Slovakia to a makeshift billboard in the middle of the Arizona desert. He is known for his chimerical and dreamlike depictions of animals in a state […]
Pixel Pancho is an Italian street artist hailing from the lovely home city of Turin. He specialises in large wall murals and he is considered as one of the top artists in his field. Working mostly with an earthy color scheme to convey a more ancient feeling, Pixel creates robotic creatures inspired by different environments and […]
We are happy to announce that after a quite long break, Missiontoart project will be resuming! Back in 2016, we celebrated the 13th birthday of Sericraft by creating a “One Night Show“. We opened our print drawers to the public for one night only to show off our private collection of prints that we have […]
The Unexpected is a street art mural festival taking place in Downtown HQ in Fort Smith (Arkansas, Texas, USA) the week of September 4-12, 2015. We were invited by Street art news to perform live printing limited editions with artists and friends: Fort Smith, we are coming!
As you probably have seen on our Instagram, we started the street art residency with Bicicleta Sem Freio, the brazilian collective that are featuring their bold colors and tropical vibes in every piece that they create! “Art, design and rock ’n’ roll. It might sound as a cliché but this is the simplest, most honest and coherent […]
Soon, Vesod will be visiting our residency for the Missiontoart project. Vesod’s attention to the human figure as well as to geometrical abstraction creates a vision of the continuing journey of street art into the fine art world…
Brand new Axel Void print was made during Missiontoart residency in the Sericraft studio in Torino, Italy after Streetalps festival. Axel Void and our staff worked together in an experimental way to try and translate to paper the traditional pictorial image of his original “1944” painting…