Our friend Dulk just sent over some pictures of his latest wall titled “Le Renard et le Corbeau”, painted in Saint Dié des Vosges (France) with the support of Galerie 36e Art. The mural is located in a mountain region of France and it’s based in a interpretation of one of the fables of the famous french writer Jean de la Fontaine, “Le Renard et le Corbeau”. More flicks after the click!
Mikael B recently unveiled his newest masterpiece completed last week as his contribution for the annual SHINE Art Festival in St Petersburg, Florida. Here’s what the artist says about there work:
“The belief that you can take any crazy vision and turn it into reality…I had this in mind when I created the mural “Inner Visions” experimenting with the warm the cold, the sharp the soft, the light the dark. All merged together as a vibrant energetic explosion bringing my canvas style alive as a large scale mural. With “Inner Visions” I want to keep dreams alive. Sticking with your vision and what you believe in is so important. When you have a vision it affects your attitude. Your attitude becomes optimistic.”
More images after the jump!
“Conservation is the preservation of human life on Earth, and that, above all else, is worth fighting for” –Rob Stewart.
The Dakuwaqa Project sets forth a new tribute mural by PangeaSeed guest artists GETSO and BirdO has emerged in Toronto this past week. It was curated by PangeaSeed Foundation and Seawalls: Artists for Oceans.
For more event and project information, please visit dakuwaqaproject.com or click the link in our profile. Special thanks to our partners: the Stewart family, City of Toronto, StART Toronto, Green Parking, Lush Cosmetics, Opus Restaurant, Notion MFG, Nuvango, Lauren Wood and Love Letter Projects with photo credit to Above Below Photo. More images after the jump!
Shane O’Malley began as a Graffiti writer and still paints walls, although his developing practice as an artist has led to a variance and evolution in the content of his murals. Street Art remains a central priority and passion to the artist. He has an extensive catalogue of Graffiti art and outdoor paintings, which he adds to on a regular basis.
Belo Horizonte is hosting its first mural festival and the third of its kind in Brazil. From July 26th to August 6th CURA – Urban Art Circuit aims to transform the landscape of BH, rescuing the trajectory of urban art in the city and recognizing its current dimension and strength in the country and in the world. Inviting five national and international artists with experience painting large-scale murals, such as Thiago Mazza and Priscila Amoni, from Belo Horizonte; the Acidum Project from Fortaleza, formed by the artists Tereza Dequinta and Robézio Marqs; and the Spanish artist Marina Capdevilla that is visiting Brazil for the first time. More info and images after the jump!