The Filipino Street Art Project
Gaze Project, koloWn, 2009, From the collection of: Filipino Street Art Project
Gaze Project

Established on January 2007, koloWn took its name from the oldest street in the Philippines, Colon Street, and from the idea of colonialism. Its initial mission was to kolownize all possible spaces.

Vilma, koloWn, 2009, From the collection of: Filipino Street Art Project
Vilma
Lastikman, koloWn, 2010, From the collection of: Filipino Street Art Project
Lastikman
untitled, koloWn, Defs, unknown, From the collection of: Filipino Street Art Project
W. Collaboration with Defs.
Bridge, koloWn, 2013, From the collection of: Filipino Street Art Project
Bridge

KoloWn has evolved into a brand that sells ambiguous ideas, using a variety of techniques and styles to produce bizarre products that stimulate critical thought.

Hole in the Apple, koloWn, 2009, From the collection of: Filipino Street Art Project
Hole in the apple
untitled, koloWn, 2012, From the collection of: Filipino Street Art Project
Food, koloWn, 2009, From the collection of: Filipino Street Art Project
Food
Pirate, koloWn, 2010, From the collection of: Filipino Street Art Project
Pirate
Crisisystem, koloWn, 2010, From the collection of: Filipino Street Art Project
Crisisystem

koloWn operates as a network of individual workers/producers that may or may not known to each other.

Crisisystem, Gaze Project, koloWn, 2010, From the collection of: Filipino Street Art Project
Crisisystem, Gaze Project
Credits: Story

Artist — Kolown
For more, see — www.filipinostreetart.com

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