LMNO Production – Clandestinos x Loop Colors

Shalak Attack & Bruno Smoky are two of the most talented street artists I have every come to know and some of the most beautiful people to work with and it was a pleasure to have them in Kelowna and bringing in some of their colours and imagery which come from within and leaves a piece of them behind for us all to enjoy.

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Bordalo II – Weasel

One of our favourite street artists Bordalo II recently made his way out to Germany where he crushed a new mural for the Ms Artville Festival. Using his signature installation style, he created a brilliant new animal based mural entitled “Weasel” on the streets of Hamburg.


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Waone – New Mural in Richmond, VA

Street artist Waone recently made his way out to Virginia where he painted a stunning new mural on the streets of Richmond. The Ukrainian painter crushed an awesome monochromatic piece, which was curated by ArtWhino. Photo credits by Tostfilms.


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Space Invader – New Work in Toulouse

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.


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Mathieu Tremblin – Legible Graffiti

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.


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