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5 street artists meet the art of Salvatore Ferragamo

5 street artists meet the art of Salvatore Ferragamo The Italian artist Gola Hundun was protagonist of a new appointment with public art in Bonito for the project Impronte, an event dedicated to Salvatore Ferragamo who was born in the little town in 1898. The artwork was inspired by a variety of elements related to… Continua leyendo

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The Waterfall at Versailles

Versailles has become a creative space for reknown artists like Jeff Koons, Takashi Murakami and Anish Kapoor, giving them the space to showcase their amazing works around the palace and gardens every year since 2008. This year, the Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson took over the place and created astounding installations that exposed the importance of… Continua leyendo

IKON: Nychos solo exhibition debut

This Saturday June 26, we attended to the solo exhibition of Nychos IKON at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York City. The illustrator and street artist presented a series of artworks inspired on the 1980s icons and fictional characters some of us we grew up with. The Austrian artist uses colorful cartoon-like characters that explore… Continua leyendo

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Meggs: The environment matters.

Meggs is an artist based in L.A. and born in Melbourne, Australia. He’s one of the founders of the Everfresh Crew, a unique collective of street artists that opened Everfresh Studio in 2004. Meggs is known for his unique and very expressive style filled with references to pop-culture, the natural world and socio-cultural issues. He… Continua leyendo

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Jason Botkin: Community spirit

Interviewing an artist from Montreal was important for me cause the perspective is very different from the artists that only come for the festival. Local artists have other things to say, have other opinions about the festival. Jason Botkin is probably the most involved artist with Mural Festival because he is very close to the… Continua leyendo

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La Madre Secular by INTI

La Madre Secular INTI’s new mural was produced in collaboration with the Galerie Saint Laurent, at the classic and crowded Marche aux Puces. Place where the Mediterranean Europe and Northern Africa coexist under the premise of mutual respect in their religious and cultural differences. Here some amazing details of the mural: Continua leyendo

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10-Foot Dissected Sigmund Freud by Nychos in NYC

Nychos’ is preparing NYC for something big! (we couldn’t expect less). As part of his solo exhibition, IKON at the Jonathan Levine Gallery starting June 25th, Nychos’ will produce an installation of Sigmund Freud being dissected. this amazing piece (that we haven’t seen yet, but from the teaser looks amazing) will be displayed in New York… Continua leyendo

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Biggest Mural ever by 2501 in Ukraine

2501 just finished a new mural in Kiev, Ukraine and its just AMAZING! The 26 storey building is the biggest the artist has ever painted. The mural is part of his Nomadic Experiment project, where he explores the interaction with the reality that can generate physical work of art. The whole mural process lasted for 4 days, working 12 hours… Continua leyendo

Masks of Courage: Defining True Identity

Brooklyn had one of the most interesting exhibitions on the night of April 28 at Gallery House “Masks of Courage: Defining True Identity” where more than 40 artworks, including paintings, photographs and installations filled the rooms of this house located in 272 Clinton Ave. The artworks were donated to raise funds for the Natalia Ponce… Continua leyendo

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