Inti – La Madre Secular 3

Mural artist INTI recently wrapped up with third instalment of his trilogy “La Madre Secular”. We posted up the first two over the past few weeks or so, now peep the number three which was completed in Lisbon.

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Bordalo ii – New Installation in Lisbon

Street installation artist Bordalo ii recently completed a new installation in Lisbon. The Portuguese artist did what he does best by collecting and recycling materials to create a large scale animal. This time around he chose a pig and decided to complete for the Muro festival in in the Bairro Padre Cruz area of Lisbon.

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Ernest Zacharevic – New Work in Lisbon, Portugal

Street artist Ernest Zacharevic is currently in Portugal where he was staying with the Underdogs Collective in Lisbon. While there, he’s been hitting the streets hard with a couple of new witty and interactive pieces that are perfectly in sync with their surroundings.

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Bordalo II – Big Racoon

Street artist Bordalo II recently finished up a new piece in Lisbon for the Centro Cultural de Belém. Utilizing his signature recycled junk art technique the Portuguese artist nailed this mural alongside his current solo exhibition “Pânico, Drama, Terror” at Arte Periférica.

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Nunca – New Mural in Lisbon, Portugal

Invited by the Under-dogs collective, the Brazilian artist Nunca painted a large scale mural in Lisbon, Portugal showing Pedro Alvares Cabral, explorer regarded as the discoverer of Brazil. With his classic rendering technique, the piece was done with only few basic colors, and countless lines forming the image with its depth, texture, details and light effect.

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Bordalo II – Recycled Material Sculptures

Street artist Bordalo II (or Bordalo Segundo) is a master of street art interventions. Not only from painting vibrant and colourful murals, but by creating incredible sculpture installations out of found or recycled materials.

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