Our friend Miya recently sent over the final recap of PangeaSeed‘s Sea Walls Mural Festival, which took place last month. The project features a number of the best and brightest muralists from around the globe and brought an incredible amount of talent and colour to the street of Cozumel, Mexico. Check the images and video after the jump!
GESER, Member of 3A Crew recently stopped by the Molotow Headquarters and stayed for three rainy days to paint the train at their Hall of Fame. The good people over at Molotow of course filmed the endeavour and it’s a trap to watch the Boston based master at work. More flicks and video after the click!
May Snevoll von Krogh creates incredible ceramic sculpture and installation pieces that conveys an exceptional amount of the grotesque, the violent and the fragility of the children. Her work intends to display to the viewer the current state of modern world and its conflicting attitudes in society.
Berlin-based artist Twoone was hard at work last week, where he was hard at work on a new mural in the Urban Spree complex. The complex features emerging and well known international urban artists. But is sadly rumored to become the construction site of a new highway. The Japanese born muralist’s new piece titled “Ride or die/sink or swim” took two and a half days to complete and portrays a rearing horse, energized with brightly colored abstract elements.
For the newest edition of the Openwalls Conference, the curator Spogo invited street artist Joachim Ixcalli to paint an abstract mural the Badalona community in Barcelona. Using mixed media the mural artist created a beautiful abstract piece on the street Dos de Maig, 54. Watch the video after the click!
The prolific Cleon Peterson is getting ready to launch his solo exhibition at Library Street Collective in Detroit this week entitled “Poison.” Peterson is Cranbrook alumni and returns back to Michigan to unveil a new body of work consisting of paintings and sculptures. More information and images after the jump.