The new bastard Spring CataZine n. 32 is on its way (with free stickers by popular request, like good’ol times!) to all registered customers.
If you are not registered yet, give us all your shipping details and get it for free by registering your account on the bastard store.
Luca Zamoc was born in the mid eighties and learned the first drawing notions from comic books, the bible and anatomy books. He later on moves to Milano to take an art direction and graphic design course at Nuova Accademia dell’Arte art academy. He draws on any media, from walls to paper to digital illustrations. He recently left again left his gray hometown, the city of Modena, moving subsequently to Los Angeles, New York, Berlin, London, Venice and now Istanbul.
May he have changed since we last saw him? Judging from the clothes he designed for the bastard collection, he is still his same old self, but like a good wine, his art just gets better with age.
Death is the only big theme in my work.
I’m not good at describing life, i don’t know how to use colors, i can’t draw people (women in particular) and i can’t tell anything pleasant. If you visit my tumblr it’s all guts, monsters and assassins.
Here is the exclusive Interview with the Death.
Today I am so happy because I discovered the new tumblelog of Zamoc. Gems of pure research.
Maybe due to his recent trip to California Luca Zamoc, our painter friend with a hefty talent, reveals a colorful world of his own snapping out of the misty, monochromatic reality that he was known for.
Want to see his work with your own eyes? You just lucked out, as his exhibition is grand opening on Friday, April 29th (7pm through midnight) at the Dispenser in Viale Faenza, 12 Milano.
During the show he will be performing some live painting together with Mosone, Sea and 2501.
4X4=16. Sixteen artists gather together for Fuck Off, street art stickers event organized by marco Oleari and supported by Neuro Shock from Modena.
Besides stickering everything these Modena artists will develop a collective graphic designed to be printed on a limited edition t-shirt made by Neuro Shock.
Luca Zamoc will be part of this collective, so it’s for sure going to be interesting.
Friday, 7th May
from 11 pm
Mr. Muzic Off
Via morandi 71 Modena
If you’d like to know who are the people that designed the Colander jacket, who’s behind the Riot artwork or what inspired the colors of the Tropical pasta collection, you can find these answers inside issue 26 of the bastard Catazine, codename Rolling Bastard, which is now available at bastard store.
Inside the stories of Warriors Skateboards, NotAWonderBoy, Luca Zamoc, Pink is Punk, Punkreas and Tropical Pasta, the people we collaborated with for making the clothes we’re wearing this summer, particularly for the JAMMIN’ and ARTISTUFF collections.