Théo VALLIER is a French artist who has lived and worked in Phnom Penh, Cambodia since 2007. His work is inspired by the Khmer mythology witch he combines with an urban style. Since 2015 he is also the co-founder and co-organizer of the “Cambodia Urban Art Festival” in order to promote Street Art Creation in Cambodia.
The mural shows a large figure wearing a golden mask depicting the face of Edward Snowden. To the right is a quote by ES: “The hero is you”. However, the word “hero” is crossed out by a figure resembling Barak Obama who is replacing it with the word “terrori..”. (more…)
Gondomar, Galicia, Spain
On the street André is known by his graffiti-artist alter ego, the tag Mr. A and for his concept “Love Graffiti.” Mr. A is a funny round face with a huge smile and a wink that follows you everywhere, and now is all over the world — and often in pink! — a color that is pretty much taboo in the graffiti world, except when it’s André’s monochromatic style. (more…)
Joachim is a young, prolific and highly talented street artist from Antwerp, Belgium. His distinctive graffiti pop-style is impossible to ignore. He is well known for his childlike spontaneity, as well as being willing to experiment with a wide range of styles. Complicated compositions, and a playful use of colours, can be seen throughout the artist’s body of work. (more…)
Lessons from the Past and Challenges for the Future. The Science Hall of Fame has been presented on Friday February the 2nd, at the Galleria Nazionale by Francesco Prosperetti, Special Superintendent of Archaeology, Arts and Landscape of Rome, Tiziana Coccoluto, Chief of Cabinet of Mibact, Marta Branca, General Director of the L. Spallanzani Hospital, Graffiti Zero’s Matteo Colavolpe, Curator of the project and the three artists involved in the project in Folchi Street. (more…)