Friday, December 10, 2010
LoveBots: LoveBots No 1 Staff Favorite on App store Japan!: "Check it out, after 1 week in the market LoveBots has become an Apple staff Favorite. The team at Kit Robot are thrilled with this result an..."
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Friday, October 8, 2010
WE GREW UP IN THE 90s is a Group Art show TODAY in MELBOURNE opening OCT 9 at 3pm, for MELBOURNE FRINGE FESTIVAL - featuring myself and many other great artists.
Collingwood Underground Car Park
44 Harmsworth St
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
In the last 2 months I have been preparing works for a collaborative show in Sydney Australia - opening party @ Redbull Gallery 15th OCT , including visuals and laser tagging and live painting. Please come along if you are in the Area.
Because of this I have been unable to report on many of the other exciting related things happing in the world of Remo. Anyway, stay tuned for more news from me, in the meantime I hope you can come to the show, if not, all photos from the event will be placed here in the coming months.
Saturday, August 21, 2010
I did this piece up the top, Ban the Code, in ode to banksy and his tiger bar code, for the same reasons as he, but, as the help save the Sharks of Japan, by banning the Bar Code. No Bar codes on Sharks.
It is available on display at Gallery T , Enoshima and still for sale at the bargain price of 40 000 yen, approx $420. The website for the cause is
And other great artists alongside my work included, Mr Brainwash, Bigfoot, Dave Kinsey, Rys Cooper, and many moore - they are all listed on their website, and we have decided to give them gallery space at our Urban Arts Festival In Tokyo 2011.
GRAFFITI NY HAS HIT THE NO 1 SPOT ON WHATS HOT ON THE AUSSIE AND US ITUNES STORE!
WE ARE ALL PROUD HERE AT WHITEWALL AND ARE WORKING ON OUR NEXT PROJECT.
WE ARE ALL PROUD HERE AT WHITEWALL AND ARE WORKING ON OUR NEXT PROJECT.
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
But here it is in all its Glory.
And here is the Irony. Places like Cargo should get their act together and put Perspex over these walls. Why? Because my 8ft x 8ft version of this piece of Alice on panel sold for around $30 000 US to a private buyer. Therefor this 30ft x 10ft piece would have been worth a lot more... But it got tagged, as it was not protected.ROCKY, Get your shit together dude!
Sunday, August 8, 2010
Friday, July 23, 2010
See here for th efirst ever graffiti designer QR code. Sure Banksy put a sticker on one of his paintings in 2008n- but it was not a stencil code. Also Space invader has been doing mosaic designer QR codes - the first mosaic designer QR codes since 2007, but they are not painted either. SO here is the first ever stenciled - proper, in the street guerilla marketing QR code , for people to download to their phone and go to my website. It goes here :
Friday, July 16, 2010
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Skinni Pants based in Tokyo is an attitude declared, full frontal means to realize and express. Recognizing the power of the GRAPHIC, we provide the opportunity to engage. From deep in the house, we present a template fresh and unique. This kinetic aesthetic is a customized technique where clothing and art unite to impress. Its easy. Skinni Pants catalogue of designs are print ready or create your own personal style. Its so simple. Pick out the gear, choose it or imagine it, we take it and press it. Smiles all round!
I will be creating a user experience installation, combining art , graphics, graffiti and tagging, Entitled ToTag Or Not To Tag.
These are test stills from the installation that i will be doing at the Skinni Pants Launch party. Basically anyone will be able to come up and tag there name or whatever they want, on my Ipad or their Iphone using software called Grafanalysis - which will then go to the website 000000book, then bounce back to my computer and get projected onto the wall - all live and direct. Come and see it for your self - To Tag or Not To Tag, that is the question.
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
This is my graffiti work I did for Upfest in Bristol - 5th/6th June 2010.It took 5 days to create the stencil and 2 full days to paint Alice. Alice is from my graphic novel SCAR and you can download vol 1 from the APP STORE now -
I have been invited to paint her on the Wall of Fame in Bristol ! What an honor!!
Saturday, May 29, 2010
Coming up this week is my latest Graffiti world tour. I have been invited to fly out to Bristol to paint at Upfest 10. This is an internationally renowned Urban Arts Festival, held in the town where BANKSY is from - Bristol. I will be painting with 200 of the worlds finest urban contemporary artists, working in the arts today. The can pressure is on, and I am thoroughly looking forward to it. Yes I will be producing a Photo Book of the whole event, so you guys who cant make it out, will be able to sit back and read about it and view it on your Ipad/Iphone.
Above is what I got to paint last time I was in Bristol OCT 2009, working with Kid Zoom and Vermin.
Monday, May 24, 2010
My latest addition to my IPAD/IPHONE apps, speaks for itself. Featuring artworks by Banksy, Obey, Faile, JMR, MBW and many many more.
Check it out Here
Saturday, May 22, 2010
This presentation was presented by Remo Camerota at Tokyo #71. Uploaded on 1st April 2010Remo takes us through his books on Japanese graffiti on to his upcoming release on Japanese manhole covers which will be titled DrainSpotting, his next book Menko japan and his graphic novel due for release soon - Scar!
Sunday, May 16, 2010
Before Drainspotting, I photographed Graffiti Japan, which was my first book published by Mark Batty Publisher New York. It is a study of Graffiti art and Artists from around Japan. Japan has long been a breeding ground for innovative approaches to Western traditions. But, the fanatical embrace with which Japanese artists have welcomed graffiti has made for a form of graffiti wholly apart from its Western origins. Graffiti Japan captures the culturally unique aspects of Japanese street art, providing a most complete look at Japan’s contemporary graffiti scene up until 2009.
I could never have guessed that this first, on-a-whim trip to Japan would result to me moving to Tokyo and befriending the scene’s most prolific and talented artists. The more time I spent with them traveling from city to city, meeting local luminaries, the more photographs I took, the more excited the artists became about helping me delve deeper.
Interviews with KRESS, BELX2, FATE, TENGA, EMAR, SUIKO, QP,SHIZENTOMOTEL, PHIL and many more reveal how these artists define their work as specifically Japanese, musing on everything from replicating the calligraphic intricacies of the Japanese language with spray paint, to foreign influences and national pride. Every single photograph in Graffiti Japan was shot in Japan, featuring anime and manga characters, kanji, sprawling legal murals and illegal hidden spots, all of which comprise this spectacular scene that could not exist in any other country.
You can find the book on Amazon and check out the websites and blogs here.
Graffiti Japan will be coming to IPAD soon.
see full article here:
May 3rd - Golden week in Japan I was invited to do an installation of my artworks and photography at Rainbow Disco club, Tokyo, Hurami Port. The event went off with over 4000 people dancing their buts off with DJs featuring DJ Harvey.
This is the installation video of the project in collaboration with Skinnipants and Rainbow disco club.
See more of my urban art at www.whitewallstudios.net
Saturday, May 15, 2010
On June the 5th and 6th 2010 I will be painting at UPFEST 10 - In Bristol UK. If you are in the area please stop by and say hi. As well as painting I will be laser tagging the walls and streets of Bristol using software systems and projections.
This video is of the last work I did in Bristol with my Friends, Vermin and Kid Zoom, in November 2009. Upfest will be featuring over 100 Artists from all over the globe. We have been invited to paint at Upfest 2010 , this Graffiti Hotspot, to paint the town RED! Upfest 10 is a charity event and has raised over £10,000 for Nacoa (National Association for Children of Alcoholics) since the festival began and as in previous years, Upfest’10 will raise awareness of and fundraise for the charity.
Monday, May 3, 2010
Coming soon will be a Graffiti Japan IPAD/IPHONE supplement, Bonus and Extra Photographs taken during the book has been released and out takes that did not make the book . Keep up with the ever changing scene in Japan utilizing this new App once available.
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Hello and welcome to the Graffiti Japan Bog. Here I will be reporting on all things graffiti in Japan and on my worldly tours around the globe painting in various spots.
Whats coming up.
Graffiti Japan Extras: An Ipad app featuring new and unused photos from my book Graffiti Japan, published by Mark Batty Publisher, MBP.
Tour to the UK and Bristol to participate in UPFEST 2010.