During her residency in Holland Aïda Gomez has developed a project about the real effectiveness of these limiters. “Concertina” – barbed wire in Spanish – is a fascinating and disturbing word, it sounds beautiful and musical but it represents a lethal element for those who try to pass over it. (more…)
Meg Zany, a rising star in the Los Angeles street art scene, has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for her new “Courage Has No Gender” mural campaign. The new project is an offshoot of one of Zany’s most iconic stencils: Amelia Earhart paired with the words “Courage Has No Gender”. (more…)
Meg Zany is a Los Angeles-based street artist. Zany’s first pieces of street art appeared early 2016 and she has since produced countless works in over a dozen cities around the world, including LA, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Boise, Denver, Chicago, Philadelphia, New York City, West Palm Beach, New Orleans, Montreal, London, Kraków, Paris, and Berlin. (more…)
Anopsy – female graffiti/street art portraitist, based in Amsterdam (NL) born in Poland, 1985.
Her portraits tend to be colourful and very often cut in a collage resembling manner or distorted. She usually paints on the walls in Amsterdam.