Our friend Dulk just sent over some pictures of his latest wall titled “Le Renard et le Corbeau”, painted in Saint Dié des Vosges (France) with the support of Galerie 36e Art. The mural is located in a mountain region of France and it’s based in a interpretation of one of the fables of the famous french writer Jean de la Fontaine, “Le Renard et le Corbeau”. More flicks after the click!
Tamara Djurovic, better known by her pseudonym Hyuro is an artist who was born in Argentina and is based in Spain who creates brilliant fine art and street work. Hyuro says about here work that it is: “intimate and very personal. Her universe, disturbing and seductive. Her language is honest and forthcoming. Her head are her hands and her paintings a gift for the streets of the city.” Take a look at a selection of beautiful murals she recently created.
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!
MAWK and ELMS tackle a large wall at Boise’s City Center Plaza. Inspired by the FACES organization, this mural serves as a narrative following one’s progression from dark to light. Taking six weeks to complete, it is the largest project the two artists have tackled to date. It is located at 101 S Captiol Blvd Boise, ID 83702.
Edit by: ELMS
Drone footage by: Tyler Elmore
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Germany artist Case Maclaim recently made his way out to Florida where he painted a killer new piece for the Art (Re)Public Project. Painted on the streets of Jacksonville, with a handful of other artists, Maclaim painted a massive new piece which incorporated aspects from local businesses in the area.