For decades now, the Haifa, Israel collective now as Damaged Fingaz has been a bit of anything and everywhere: graffiti, murals, screenprints, installations, paintings, photography and now a new monograph shows a exceptional combination of comedian-ebook designs and cut n’ paste imagery across each individual medium. Now spread throughout the world, from London to Israel to Mexico, the crew is continue to earning noise as a singular power and producing a feeling of neighborhood and inclusion no make a difference wherever they are. They are funny and political, with roots in graffiti vandalism and champions of the evolution of the artwork variety.
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In this episode of the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, Doug Gillen speaks with Damaged Fingaz customers UNGA and TANT on the event of their new mural in The Chook in Ostend, Belgium for The Crystal Ship, a mural for which they introduced a restricted edition print with all proceeds from the sale going to refugees from the Russian war on Ukraine.
This interview was manufactured achievable thanks to The Crystal Ship Competition and All About Matters.Portrait shot by Yona Preminger. Music showcased in the episode courtesy of 3421.
The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV’s Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 086 was recorded in early April 2022 in Ostend, Belgium. Adhere to us on @radiojuxtapoz
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