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Reviewing KD latest works 2016-09-15

Reviewing KD latest works

KEY DETAIL is an artist you might not be familiar with. However his works have a unique style that captivates. Originally from Belarus, now based in New York, he has recently painted some new walls across Europe and USA recently.

These are some of his latest creations that demonstrate his talent as well as the vibrant experience they have to offer.

1. “The Pigeons”, Limbach-Oberfrohna, Germany
IBUg 2016


2.”Life & Death”, Birmingham, UK, City of Colours festival.
Cyclicity of the existence is infinite.
Universe gives the life and takes it back.


3. “Stimulation”, Vienna, Austria
Collaboration @KeyDetail X @Yu-baba
Calle Libre – Austrian Street Art Festival.
Let’s stimulate and motivate each other to make something powerful!


4. “Assertive attempts”, Long Island CIty, NY
Arts Org NYC


5.”Tempo”, Worcester, MA, USA


6. “Basse waves”, Worcester, MA, USA


Cover foto: “Cherry & Biscuit”, Bristol, UK
Collaboration @KeyDetail X @Yu-baba
Upfest 2016 – Urban Arts Festival

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To see older works and his personal profile click here.

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