Broken Fingaz Crew

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Israeli street art gang Broken Fingaz Crew hit the global scene by storm from the city of Haifa just over a year ago, selling out their first London exhibition on a daily basis throughout the entire duration of the event. The politically neutral posse, comprised of four “gypsies” – Deso, Kip, Tant, and Unga – have gained serious notoriety in the street art world with their focus on the positive nature and beauty of artistic expression, rather than exploit the subject of war and conflict that they are immersed in at home. Veering away from the usual politics and activism that is associated with street art in general, they dive face-first into the vivid world of psychedelia, creating original pieces that are purely for the sake of entertainment and aesthetic interest.

Broken Fingaz Crew is not just about throwing up graffiti, or even about being the first crew out of Isreal – the collective also creates installations, music and are deeply rooted in graphic design, for well over a decade now. Their popularity is exploding now on a global scale, and are travelling to all corners of the globe, leaving their mark along the way.

To learn more about these guys, visit their website.

To watch them in action, check out this video.

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1 comment
  1. imprecisional said:

    Amazing images!

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