Iphigenia Papageorgiou was born in Cyprus and her work involves the ‘Street’ style as she prefers to contribute to public spaces with her embroidery installations on the walls. She has found her own special way of creating portraits on metallic fence using yarn and thread. It is a long process using this thread-pattern though she finds it challenging to finish one piece and watch the outcome. (more…)
Uday1973 has been using textile graffiti in Valencia since 2011, importing the technique from the USA.After his personal research, he created his own Crew Wool Graffiti Valencia around the textile for graffiti whose main characteristic is focused on the ephemeral experienced. (more…)
I was born in 2009. I create works that are somewhere in between street art, pottery, painting, sculpture and jewelery. I would like to make positive art and to deal with positive emotions. Sometimes, I also comment in my art social and political issues that I consider important. (more…)
As you can read it in starwars.com “Say “May the 4th Be With You” out loud and you’ll hear the pun that Star Wars fans worldwide have turned into a rallying cry to proclaim their love of the saga. “, at ISSA we are also fans of Star Wars saga, and street art fans of course, so here is our contribution to Star Wars day 😉 (more…)
OLEK’s art explores sexuality, feminist ideals and the evolution of communication through colors, conceptual exploration and meticulous detail. OLEK consistently pushes the boundaries between fashion, art, crafts and public art, fluidly combining the sculptural and the fanciful. (more…)
Juliana Santacruz Herrera is an artist who is based in Paris who makes urban interventions with the method of knitting. Her colourful actions are realised in wholes and cracks on pavements and walls on the street of Paris.