Dulk – “Le Renard et le Corbeau

Our friend Dulk just sent over some pictures of his latest wall titled “Le Renard et le Corbeau”, painted in Saint DiĆ© 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!

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L7M – New Mural in Rome

Mural artist L7M (Luis Seven Martins) recently made his way out to Italy to paint a number of new walls. One of the latest editions by the Brazilian painter is an expressive and colourful bird that’s undoubtedly a new gem on the streets of Rome.


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Tim Hobbelman – Animaux

Tim Hobbleman is a fine artist who creates brilliant work made from recycled materials such as auxiliary chords, turn tables and more. The sculptures are based on our favourite animals and are meticulously crafted to appear extremely realistic.

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Frederico Uribe – Bullet Sculptures

Born in Bogota, Colombia, Federico Uribe lives and works in Miami. His artwork resists classification. Rooted in the craft of sculpture and paint, it rises from intertwining everyday objects in all possible and surprising ways, but still with a formal reference to the history and tradition of classical art.

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Mocre – Radioactive Animals

Mocre is a multidisciplinary artist from Mexico. His latest work inspired by the radioactive animals that live in Chernobyl (such as: wolves, deers, bisons, horses, beavers, birds, wild boars among others), represents union of the ambient and wildlife, like a power fusion facing a human error.

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