BLOOP International Proactive Art Festival is legion. One more time, this free celebration dedicated to people and arts spread across the party island, Ibiza. The 2016 edition showcased more than 20 murals (of which 6 were new) called the OpenAir.Gallery, 7 interdisciplinary expositions, workshops for children, almost daily sunset music sessions, guerilla video mappings, an open air poster exposition, installation bombings, sculptures, an outdoor food court, and more. All activities were curated by one single denominator “ART IS FOR EVERYBODY”. More images and information after the jump!
Mural artist Phlegm recently made his way out to the beautiful city of Wellington in New Zealand where he got to paint his magic for the Wellington Street Art Festival. Using a simple black and white colour palette and his signature miniature characters, he crushed this new piece before heading out to Dunedin.
Phlegm and Pixel Pancho recently collaborated on a brilliant mural in New Zealand for the Dunedin Street Art Festival. Working around some architectural and nature obstacles, the signature characters from the UK-based Phlegm mixed well with the robotic imagery of the Italy-based Pixel Pancho.
Street artist Phlegm was recently in Moss, Norway where he spent a number of long day days working on a new massive piece somewhere for the Urban Samtidskunst Project. Phlegm uses his signature monochromatic aesthetic with his characters stacked tall, hence the name of the piece “Totems.”