Street artist Belin One recently had the opportunity to paint a new mural in Torredonjimeno, Spain which near his hometown of Linares in Andalucia. Furthering his ongoing body of Postneocubism works, the Spanish artist created an incredible piece titled Amor De Padre (Love Of Father).
Bri Cirel received her Bachelor’s degree in Film and Media from the California College of Arts. After graduating, Cirel began to teach herself to paint with oils while working as a resident artist for a movie prop house in Hollywood, CA. There, Cirel made custom paintings for commercial and movie backdrops and learned an array of techniques that helped develop her graphical painting style.
Gerard Boersma is a hyperrealist artist and I paint people in modern cities. Boersma freezes time so our fast and busy lives are forever captured in a moment. Finally ready to be observed quietly. Boersma generally paints people on the streets, in stores, public transport and museums. They show the way people see themselves, interact or are influenced by modern developments in various ways.
Croatian artist Lonac recently got busy in his hometown of Rijeka where he painted an insane new mural for the Spajalica project presented by The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. The new piece is a hyperrealistic wall entitled “Nitpicking” features a man tinkering with a model boat and spans 8 metres by 4 metres.