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Save the Bees Mural Project by Louis Masai Michel

Louis Masai Michel grew up with Afrocentric artefacts, voodoo dolls and living what many other children can just read about in storybooks. Michel's father was born in a mud hut in Cameroon, in north-west Africa, and was the only white child in the village. Louis first started street art when he lived in Cornwall. Then, when travelling through South America he saw what he described as “incredible stuff”, “mind blowing” street art and he was encouraged to try his hand at it. “At the end of the day, I paint...

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Large-scale Murals by NEVERCREW

NEVERCREW is a swiss-based artists duo Christian Rebecchi and Pablo Togni. They are in street art for over two decades. They both frequented the art school in Lugano and the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera in Milano. Since the beginning they started working on many media, but focusing on murals in a different way beside the usual 90's concept of graffiti. NEVERCREW work both with two-dimensional and tridimensional, realizing paintings, sculptures and installations. Throw those large-scale murals, the artists seek to highlight and ask questions about some of the...

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Geometric illusions – murals by ASTRO

ASTRO is a French artist that created his first mural in 2000 in the northern suburbs of Paris. Inspired by such artist as Hartung, Vasarely or Mucha he created his own unique universe, especially when it comes to use of subtleties of light and shadows, strength and color perspective. ASTRO likes big forms like walls in the heart of the city where he climbs his art. His work can easily fool human eye. With graphic lines he's disrupting the flatness facades and images, creating an impressive optical illusions. This wild...

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WD – street art

WD aka Wild Draw­ing is an street artist born in Bali. WD has degrees in Fine Arts and in Applied Arts. His journey with street art started in 2009 and since then number of his artwork is still growing. Cur­rently he lives and works in Athens, Greece. below you can see some example of his work. For more visit also facebook / wdstreetart.com...

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street art by Pichi & Avo

Pichi & Avo is a street art duo from Valencia, Spain. Their adventure with street art started in 2007, bringing a spectacularly lucid splash of Mediterannean colour to the streets of Valencia and all over Spain. Pichi and Avo have infused a stunning level of figurative detail into their work. Hints of surrealism leap out and slap the viewer about while drawing you into a radiant explosion of unrestrained, spray painted talent. Creating a massive stir in their hometown and just about to set the rest of Europe ablaze, leads them...

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DZIA

Those stunning murals are created by Belgian street artist. DZIA is well known for his graphic style, with swirling strong lines. His animal murals are instantly recognizable and you can easily find them in his hometown of Antwerp, as well as in other cities across Europe. DZIA's artwork gives more life into walls in abandoned urban areas. lern more at dzia.be / facebook / twitter...

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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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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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