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Graffiti art by Axel Void

Axel Void (Alejandro Hugo Dorda Mevs) is an street artist born in Miami to a Spanish father and Haitian mother. When he was just three years old his parents decided to mowe to Spain where he studied Fine Arts in Cádiz, Granada and Sevilla. Void was also for a while based in Berlin until moving to Miami in 2013, where he currently resides. Roots combinations and his travels has obvious influence in his art. He is taking his inspiration from small bits of culture and life to everywhere he went and...

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Martin Whatson

This Norwegian artist while studying Art and Graphic design at Westerdals School of Communication in Oslo, he discovered stencils and the urban art scene. After following graffiti and its development, he started his own stencil production 10 years ago in the winter of 2004. Martin is constantly searching for beauty in what is commonly dismissed as ugly, out of style or simply left behind. He looks for inspirations in people, city landscapes, old buildings, graffiti, posters and decaying walls. This interest for decay has helped develop his style, motives and...

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Recycled Art by Bordalo II

Artur Bordalo aka Bordalo II is a Spanish artist. He was growing up, watching his grandfather, Real Bordalo, painting the city of Lisbon. Bordalo artwork is full of vivacity and movement with his work he is showing us his own interpretation of urban landscapes and city entertainment. To create this stunning pieces, Bordalo II is using what we can define as a garbage. In his artwork he is exploring his own mixed media on wood stand base. Like we can read on his homepage his artwork is critique of the...

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DALeast – new piece in Berlin, Germany

DALeast is an artist that I already wrote about here. A few days ago he spread his magical lines in Berlin, Germany. The NYC-based gallery invited him to work on the facade of the Urban Nation Berlin in Schöneberg. This time Chinese artist used his energetic lines to create a head of an eagle. Using brown and earthy colors, it seems like the head is slowly rusting away.           pictures from : streetartnews.net...

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Guido van Helten – street art

What we can say about Guido van Helten is that he is definitely a big fan of black and white photography. Guido is a contemporary street artist practicing in the medium of large-scale, site-specific mural works. He was working with numerous photographers and used their images as model for his murals. Guido was born in Brisbane, Australia but his work you can see all around the world. For more information please visit guidovanhelten.com   picruresfrom: blog.sculpture.org, fatcap.com, streetartnews.net, bizarrebeyondbelief.com, urbannerding.com, guidovanhelten.com...

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street art – iNO

On his homepage you can not find many information about him but his artwork speak for him. iNO was born in Greece and studied Fine Arts. His work has been invading the streets since 2000. Whenever you will find on the street impressive monochrome murals with smoky and loose effect you can be sure that is  iNO. His work has deeper meaning like his mural in his hometown Athens, Greece. "Wake up" mural is based on an image of resurrection, in which god grabs a dead man's hand and brings him...

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street art – Aryz

Aryz -  you definitely need to remember this name! This spanish artist is slowly but surely becoming a household name. By using spray paint and paint rollers he creates stunning, intricately detailed works.   Just like about every other street artist there is not a lot of information about Aryz. What do we know? This brilliant young artist was born in Barcelona and begins his career on a summer day with some friends.   Aryz in his work enjoys using classic street art tools such as brushes, spray paint, rollers. He...

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street art – Ernest Zacharevic

Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic is an author of brilliant series of interactive murals on the streets of Penang, Malaysia. He is using his talent to create realistic pieces engaging the public. His iconic works has become very popular across the city, where passersby are taking a photos of themselves immersed in the scene displayed on the wall behind them. Ernest is one of those artists that breaks away from the 2D nature of graffiti. pictures: facebook.com/Ernestzachas  ...

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