Mural artist Deih XLF recently made his way out to Germany where he painted a new piece for the people over at Urban Nation Berlin. The Spanish muralist’s new piece is entitled “Don’t Wake the Dreamer” and features his signature comic book inspired graphic style.
“Since the first astronomy records 4000 years ago in China, until today with modern mathematics, we are observing the universe attempting to decipher the cosmic “order” that rules us, convinced of the existence of a deterministic universe where certain laws or gods make things happen in a predictable and predetermined way. While the laws of physics work in our daily life, the more we learn about the universe, the more obvious it is that there is little we know about the fundamental pillars of our reality and that there will always be a limit to our knowledge. This leaves us in a universe governed by randomness and entropy, where mathematics is only a limited set of tools to help us understand an unlimited universe.”
Mr. Poulet is a French artist who creates cute and whimsical graffiti work. Though, cute and graffiti rarely go together, Mr. Poulet is the exception. His work features his signature Poulet (or Chicken), interacting with his surroundings in often derelict and abandoned spaces. Check out some images and a video of some new work out in the streets.
Multidisciplinary artist Dulk recently made his way out to Denver where he painted a killer new piece for the Colorado Crush street art festival. The new wall entitled “The Tortoise & Harriet” features a tortoise and hare, and is the artist’s own vibrant and modern take on the famous fable.
Australian artist Fintan Magee recently made his way out to Stavanger, Norway where crushed a massive new mural. Invited by the Nuart Festival, the Melbourne based muralist went sky high on a piece entitled “Monument to a Disappearing Monument” featuring an oil worker fading a way, a metaphor for the community’s once booming oil production.
KAABOO Del Mar is thrilled to announce its second annual KAABOO ArtworK Experience, taking place this weekend at the historic Del Mar Racetrack and Fairgrounds. The ArtworK Experience will showcase a plethora of contemporary art, including live mural painting, inspiring art installations and unique exhibitions by dozens of globally acclaimed artists such as Askew, Caratoes, Vans the Omega, N.C. Winters Lauren YS, 1010, Aaron Li-Hill, Jet Martinez, Tatiana Suarez, Kamea Hadar, Jason Botkin, Amandalynn, Ian Ross, Aaron Glasson, Carly Ealey, Cinzah, David Young V, Eddie Colla, and Spenser Little. Check more information and preview images after the jump!
An ex-miner and a well-known Ukrainian artist Sasha Korban created a huge dual mural in Kyiv, Ukraine. Each wall of the piece has 50 m height (2 walls of 16-floors building).
An artist says that his mural conveys the relationship between a man and a woman, their friendship, love, just relations between two humans. Korban does not specify the plot deliberately: he doesn’t say if the couple is dancing or the just met occasionally. “The viewer needs to have the opportunity to see his own script. Maybe to remember something or to dream about something”, adds an artist.