Artist collective Truly Design recently unveiled their latest mural which was an optical illusion artwork painted at Magic City Life Festival in Dresden.⠀The amazing exhibition opened this October 1st and shows the work of over 40 street artists from 21 countries.
Los Angeles based artist Erika Lizée recently completed a 6’ x 12’ installation for BLAM Los Angeles, titled “Seed of Life.” The Seed of Life is a geometric design created through the repetition of seven overlapping circles. If the pattern is continued up to nineteen circles, the design grows to become the ancient symbol, The Flower of Life. This image has been used throughout time as a symbol of existence, creation and fertility. The inclusion of this sacred geometry in her work has become a way to connect with humanity throughout time, through the universal language of geometry. These images speak to the deep-rooted questions we have faced throughout time in relation to the existence of the universe and our role in in.
Detroit-based Library Street Collective is pleased to announce SYSTEMS, a solo exhibition by Jason REVOK and the gallery’s second in a series of LA-based shows. Opening on October 22nd, their Mid-City space will be filled with Williams’ hypnotic, large-scale paintings on canvas and metal that present the physical and conceptual disintegration of structures. More info and images after the click.
We’re back with another recap of an incredible street art project out in Europe. This time around, we’re posting about a new initiative entitled Energy of the City presented by Urban Forms which took place in Lodz, Poland.
The Festival “Energy of the City 2016” in Łódź, Poland, which has come to an end lately. The keynote for this year has been four urban cycles, namely building, destruction, demolition, and reconstruction. During the Festival our Foundation has been visited by many interesting artists, such as Gaia, Stormie Mills, Opiemme, Nitzan Mintz, Dede, Untay, Andrzej PoProstu, Sebastian Bożek.
You can read more about the project HERE and more images after the jump.
Tatiana Blass is a Sao Paolo based artist who attained an undergraduate degree in Art from Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP), she has been pursuing a career as professional artist working with painting, sculpture, video and installation.
In her amazing installation entitled “Death Globe” a motorcycle was cut in two parts. One part is placed on the wall, and the other on the floor with brass tubes that interconnect the separate pieces. The tubes materialize an invisible movement, hidden by speed.
The first annual UPEA Street Art Festival has been successfully completed. UPEA16 invited artists from all around the world to create nine large scale murals in seven different Finnish cities. Together the pieces form an imposing and versatile series of walls that includes the largest murals ever seen in Finland. More info and images after the jump!