Born in Chile, I have been in the graffiti world for more than 20 years, working on different types of surfaces, always looking for different places to capture my art. My style could be defined as multicolored and caricature of my own style.
Angus is a Bristol artist born and bred. He has been painting on the streets and at festivals since 2015. His art is heavily influenced by current affairs, icons and the people and streets around him. He is known for using well known characters and objects in his work along with tongue’n’cheek text and suggestions. (more…)
CÚMUL is an experimental laboratory with artists, designers and engineers from Barcelona that offers new architectural scenes. The physical limits disappear and the urban landscape becomes the canvas we work on and thus, fantastic scenes that make us doubt the established logic are generated. (more…)
The contribution of Addam Yekutieli, aka Know Hope, to this year’s theme of Nuart Festival (Power in the Public Sphere) consisted in bringing us directly to the emotional core of the matter by addressing complex, current issues through the familiar emotions that we all recognize –specifically: heartbreaks. (more…)
The young Spanish artist Ampparito took part in the 17th edition of Nuart Festival, which addressed the theme of Power in the Public Sphere. Both his outdoor and indoor works were inspired by the saying “Your right to swing your arms ends just where the other man’s nose begins.” (more…)
Ús Barcelona, is the urban art festival that seeks to recapture abandoned public spaces through urban art and civic participation. As a result, the spaces are given a new social function, a new meaning and purpose. The first edition was held in 2014 at an old lot (more…)