9 hours agoby i_support_street_artNew thought-provoking mural from Jim Vision painted in the heart of Manchester's Northern Quarter. The mural features an excerpt from William Blake's Tyger Tyger poem. The two tygers represent humanity set against itself, fighting in the forest of night, a forest of ignorance and false institutions set ablaze by the
“COMMUNICATION” is a piece created by talented Dan Ferrer with spray and plastic paint on wall in Outreau (France). This mural was curated by the town hall for a public building, specifically the cultural center.
“Life in shadows” – This nostalgic family portrait, based on an old picture, pretends to be an open window to this “typical family” intimacy. Despite a scene that seems relaxed, we can feel the defiant gaze of the masculine character.
The mural L’HUMAIN LIBRE D’ABORD IL RAISONNE ENSUITE IL CROIT (The free human first it reasons and then it believes) was created a few weeks ago at ECODIS, a leading company in France of distribution of organics and ecological non-food products.
Said Dokins has been quite busy last month visiting France and Ecuador for his latest creations. Just as we were trying to grasp his last amazing wall with MonkeyBird crew, here are the two latest works.
The latest project running in France is titled “100 walls for Youth”, under the patronage of the President of the French Republic. The project consists of inviting artists from the urban art community, to paint a hundred walls in 100 schools in (or nearby) 100 cities of France.