The Ultimate Woodstock Street Art Experience

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Some of the artists

The name Jack Fox came up from the fascinating street art that adorns Woodstock.

But who is Jack Fox?

Formerly known as Cashril Plus, he is the teenage son of Faith47 and Tyler B Murphy who are also artists. He is being painting from a very young age and has been recognised for his comic book art, street art and music production.

A.Dub is a South African born artist currently based in New York. He did some stencils in Hong Kong before he selected Cape Town as the location of his first mural works. His work can be found in the court yard of the Side Street Studios in 48 Albert Rd. in Woodstock.

DALeast was born in China, 1984. His work is a reflection of his fascination by how the spiritual world unfolds and the infinite space around. He studied sculpture at the Institute of Fine Arts and began doing art on public space at 2004. DALeast uses different mediums, methods, disciplines and spaces to create his works.

With 23 years of experience, Falko One is widely regarded as the founder and the brains of graffiti in South Africa. He has dedicated the larger part of his life to murals and spray cans. He lets his work do the talking.

CapeTalk's John Maytham chatted to Falko One a little while back, take a listen:

Here is a gallery of some of Woodstock's street art:

For more info on street art in Woodstock visit @ImagineCapeTown


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