Graffiti Arts, Lifestyle

Takashi Murakami Opens Two New Exhibits in Japan

Following the opening of his exhibit in downtown Los Angeles’s The Broad Museum, Japanese artist Takashi Murakami opens two new exhibits in Japan that further display his unrelenting approach to contemporary art and culture through his marriage of fine art, cartoons and mind-bending sculptures. One select piece, “The 500 Arhats”, is a 100-meter long painting […]

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Events, Graffiti Arts, Lifestyle

Pow! Wow! Lands in Asia For Street Art Tour

Street art organizers, Pow!Wow!, is moving on to Asia after a widely successful event in Long Beach, California. Founded in 2010, Pow!Wow! has grown as an internationally recognized network of artists and art enthusiasts. Through the different city tours, these weeklong events have made street art easily accessible to the general public by providing guide […]

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Events, Graffiti Arts

Walls on the Street: Pow! Wow! Long Beach

On Wednesdays, everyone celebrates a woman crush. Here at The 5th, on Wednesdays we pay homage to our graffiti arts section and share our favorite wall of the week. In our series called “Walls on the Street”, we showcase murals and paintings that deserve to be in the spotlight. As noted earlier on the site, Pow! Wow! has […]

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Events, Graffiti Arts

Pow! Wow! Long Beach 2015

Continuing this constant Cali weather change, the heatwaves are at an all-time high and summertime in the LBC just got better. Previously exclusive to the islands of Hawai’i, Pow! Wow! has made its way to the mainland, and Sunday marked the first day of Pow! Wow! Long Beach. What’s in store is a weeklong celebration […]

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Graffiti Arts

Walls on the Street: Fin DAC

On Wednesdays, everyone celebrates a woman crush. Here at The 5th, on Wednesdays we pay homage to our graffiti arts section and share our favorite wall of the week. In our series called “Walls on the Street”, we showcase murals and paintings that deserve to be in the spotlight. Hailing from Cork and by way of […]

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Graffiti Arts

Walls on the Street: KOSO

On Wednesdays, everyone celebrates a woman crush. Here at The 5th, on Wednesdays we pay homage to our graffiti arts section and share our favorite wall of the week. In our series called “Walls on the Street”, we showcase murals and paintings that deserve to be in the spotlight. In the second week of kicking off […]

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Graffiti Arts

Walls on the Street: The Jump-off Edition

On Wednesdays, everyone celebrates a woman crush. Here at The 5th, on Wednesdays we pay homage to our graffiti arts section and share our favorite wall of the week. Kicking off a new series called “Walls on the Street”, we’ll showcase murals and street paintings that deserve to be in the spotlight. So keep coming […]

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Fashion, Fashion Lifestyle, Lookbook, Streetwear

ROOK Spring 2015 Collection

Los Angeles based clothing company, ROOK, gets back to the basics with its Spring 2015 collection. Per what’s become the brand’s calling card, co-founder and creative director Joe King uses his superior artistic prowess to implement one of a kind art pieces in the clothes.  Original hand drawn art for streetwear? Very rare. Check out the rest […]

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Events, Graffiti Arts, Lifestyle

On The Radar: Pow! Wow! Hawaii 2015

“Pow! Wow!” sounds like words that pop out of a comic book. But, it links to graffiti and the arts more than we know. As explained by the curators of Pow! Wow! Hawaii, “Pow” means the impact of art it has on a person and “Wow” relates to the reaction of the viewer. The words […]

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Graffiti Arts, Video

Summoners War: Street Level Up

Fans of Melbourne-based street artist Meggs, will be glad to know that he’s recently cooked up some madness by way of a massive mural in Los Angeles’ Arts District. The 2,000 square foot canvas served as Meggs’ office setup for the marathon painting session that resulted in a monstrous eyegasm depicting well-known characters from the […]

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Lifestyle, Media

#WILL: Coffee Cup Calligrapher, @kuyageorge

First it was Facebook, then it was Twitter, and where words were the predominant means of communication across said platforms, through Instagram, visuals have slowly but surely taken precedence. Instagram allows for creative expression and storytelling through the most minute everyday lens. Here at The 5th Element Magazine, we want to highlight some the most […]

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