Our friend Nico Craig recently completed a killer new interior mural using only a stamp. That’s right, a stamp! The Montreal based artist used a stamp that says “Land of Confusion” over and over in a stippling technique to give the illusion of two portraits on the surface. Take a peep a the science after the jump!
In June 2016, Guido van Helten travelled to Laguardia (Spain) and starts his beautiful project at Solar de Samaniego‘s winery. Guido Van Helten’s artistic intervention in Laguardia is his first work in Spain. It is the result of his interpretation of our project Beber Entre Líneas (Drink Between the Lines), the fusion between literature and the culture of wine.
The project is inspired by the vineyard La Escobosa, that back in the 18th century belonged to the renowned Spanish writer Félix María de Samaniego. Video directed, shot and edited by Edgar Lledó along with other flicks after the jump!
The one and only Maya Hayuk recently made her way out to Belgium where she painted a beautiful new interior mural for the MIMA Museum. Featuring her classic layered and drippy line work, the American artist added some spectacular colour the the Brussels space.
This past Saturday, May 7th 2016, Galo Art Gallery will inaugurate with the New York City based artist Buff Monster! The major influences in his work are often citing heavy metal music, ice cream, Pop art, Japanese Culture and graffiti.
Let’s not forget to mention that the color pink is present in every thing Buff Monster creates leaving a trail of positive energy in his work and every thing around him. We look forward to giving Buff Monster a warm and awesome welcome in the city of Turin with the opening of Can’t Stop the Melt Saturday the 7th of May 2016!
A team of coworkers fed up with their drab office walls sent some time sprucing the it up with 8,024 post-it notes. The employees volunteered to come into work on the weekend and install a series of 8-bit portraits of our favourite superheroes and comic book characters creating brilliant interior mural pieces.