SAT nominated twice for the Dutch Street Art Awards 2017

We are proud to announce that we have been nominated for the Dutch Street Art Awards 2017. In this second edition, Street Art Today is nominated in the categories Dutch Mural and Epic Events. Two members of the SAT team also have a chance to win an award: Missy DB is nominated for the People’s Choice award and David Roos (Droos86) is nominated for the best Street Photographer.

Eduardo Kobra’s ‘Let Me Be Myself’, Photo by Street Art Today / Marco Buddingh

Dutch Mural

In the category Dutch Mural the portrait of Anne Frank named ‘Let Me Be Myself’ made by Eduardo Kobra is nominated. This mural, made in September 2016, can be found on the NDSM wharf in the north side of Amsterdam. Kobra: “Her story is still relevant today, as we are facing war in many regions of the world and people seeking refuge because of their race or religion.” For the background story and more information, see: Eduardo Kobra paints Anne Frank in Amsterdam.

Kings Spray Street Art Festival 2017, Photo by Street Art Today / Karin du Maire

Epic Event

Kings Spray Street Art Festival 2017 is nominated in the category Epic Event. Kings Spray is an annual festival organized by Street Art Today. It takes place during Kingsday at the NDSM wharf in the north of Amsterdam. This year, more than 30 (inter)national top street artists made amazing works during the festival. Artists such as Fin DAC, Cranio, Mr. June, Sipros and Eddie Colla were present during this third edition of Kings Spray. Pictures and more information can be found here: Recap Kings Spray Street Art Festival 2017.

People’s Choice and Street Photographer

Two of our SAT members are also nominated for the Dutch Street Art Awards 2017. Missy DB, who is known for her fluffy characters, is nominated for the People’s Choice award. This young street artist is working hard on her signature style and her career, finishing her first big mural back in 2016.

David Roos (Droos86) is nominated in the category Street Photographer. In the recent years, Roos made many trips, capturing the walls of cities all around the world. His passion and hard work is now rewarded with the nomination for the Dutch Street Art Awards 2017.

The Dutch Street Art Awards 2017 will take place on June 2 at the Posthoornkerk in Amsterdam. It is organized by Amsterdam Street Art and Boomerang Create.

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