The infamous Space Invader recently made his way out to Toulouse where he got down on a number of new street invasions. Using the nickname of the French town the “Pink City” (due to its pink terracotta architecture), as inspiration, the infamous mosaic interventionist put up a number of pink pieces.
Mathieu Tremblin is a Strasbourg based artist who implements graphic processes of intervention inspired by anonymous, autonomous and spontaneous practices and expressions in urban space in order to question the systems of legislation, representation and symbolization of the city.
In a recent project to help the average passerby understand, read and interact with graffiti tags on walls, doors or other facades. Using some classic graffiti techniques and of course far more legible letters, Tremblin hilariously turns vandal lettering into simplistic typography.
The recent mural is a part of Iacurci’s series of new interventions depicting “Still lives”. The painting represents a classical subject of still life with an indoor plant transposed on an exterior public wall in an oversized scale. More info and images after the click.
The Italian artist Gola Hundun was protagonist of a new appointment with public art in Bonito for the project Impronte, an event dedicated to Salvatore Ferragamo who was born in the little town in 1898. The artwork was inspired by a variety of elements related to the human nature and the animal one. A dark background mimics the night on which stands a forest of natural elements like leaves, birds, the golden moon and the profile of a mighty stag. More info and images after the jump!
KAABOO Del Mar is thrilled to announce its second annual KAABOO ArtworK Experience, taking place September 16 – 18, 2016 at the historic Del Mar Racetrack and Fairgrounds. The ArtworK Experience will showcase a plethora of contemporary art, including live mural painting, inspiring art installations and unique exhibitions by dozens of globally acclaimed artists. More information and teaser video after the jump!
Erika Lizée is a Los Angeles-based installation artist that recently completed a new piece inside the Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX. The new project entitled “Transfiguration,” will be on display at the airport terminal through February 2017. The installations are created with acrylic paint on Duralar panels which are mounted to and/or suspended from the walls and ceiling. Additionally Lizee painted directly on the wall to push the illusion of elements existing inside and emerging from within the wall.