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NoNewEnemies goes Stick Together

The Stick Together project by tape artist Max Zorn is joining forces with No New Enemies to present you a weekend of urban art and good music in a unique setting, designed to mimic urban alleys covered in art. A line up of over twenty of Europe’s most talented urban artists are confirmed to create live art and show work inside a historic hanger. Stick Together: AMSTERDAM event is free to the public on April 6 and 7, 2013 at Amsterdam Roest.

Stick Together is a project that spreads Max Zorn’s artwork around the world for free. Max Zorn takes it to the next level in the 85-square-meter space, to bring today’s street art culture to the public. The large space at Amsterdam Roest will mimic a city street embellished in urban art, with everything from spray murals to stencils, statues, graffiti, paste ups, yarn bombing and more.

Stick Together Amsterdam

As they transform the Amsterdam Roest hanger into a visual playground the public can walk through, artists at Stick Together: AMSTERDAM will be given space to show larger work and create live on large canvases made of fiber board that stretch over two meters in size. A collective merchandise stand will offer prints, stickers, and small artwork for the public to purchase. Artists have been encouraged to create live throughout the weekend while visitors walk through and watch on in this street setting, including a 90-minute live art battle between two artist teams where the audience determines the winner.

To show his support for the event, Max Zorn will take on the challenge to create the largest artwork ever created with brown packing tape. For promotion, Max Zorn will publicly be taping daily against the large windows of Café Canvas op de 7e starting March 25, 2013, from 11.00 to 17.00. The piece is currently estimated to be over two square meters in size.

OFFICIALLargestTape_ItHasBeenAWhile by Max Zorn

“The event gives street artists the chance to see their audience, while giving the public a chance to see how street art is created. Both opportunities are a rare thing,” says Max Zorn, who uses brown tape on acrylic glass to hang on street lamps worldwide. “Fans are sent a handmade piece of street art, and it’s their job to stick it somewhere in their city,” says Max Zorn. “Street art fans can experience some of the excitement, even if they’re not an artist and simply love street art.”.

In the next three weeks, we will be announcing artists on No New Enemies, so stay tuned!

Safe the date:

Saturday April 6, 2013
Hanger times: 16.00 to 22.00
4816 presents “Stick Together: AMSTERDAM After Party”, Amsterdam Roest Cafe: 22.00 to 03.00.

Sunday, April 7, 2013
Hanger times: 16.00 to 22.00


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