Not a while ago we did an interview with ADD FUEL, the Portuguese artist that mixes the traditional Portuguese tiles with stencil. Now he sent us his lastest work in the Stavanger Airport, in Norway, curated by our friends of NuArt Festival.
‘Sofia and the Mountain’ by NIMI is the new landmark for Stavanger. It is also the best possible way to warm up for this year’s Nuart Festival. NIMI is an architect and street artist currently based in Bergen, Norway.
Nuart recently invited Pure Evil (UK) and AFK (NO) to produce two new artworks for our on-going public art programme: the Nuart Sandnes Art Trail. UK-based Pure Evil produced a trademark character from his ‘American Nightmares’ series, celebrating of the Dark Side of the American Dream.
The Nuart Sandnes Art Trail is a project brought by the team behind Stavanger’s internationally renowned Nuart Festival. M-city’s ’Canoe’ mural tells the story of a group of seafarers working together to move their canoe along the water.
From the last week in August, an invited national and international roster of artists descended upon Stavanger, Norway to leave their mark on the city’s walls, both indoor and out for Nuart Festival‘s 15th Anniversary.
“Play” was the theme of this years Nu Art Festival and true to its subject, Ernests work remains as spontaneous and experimental as ever. Through a series of on street murals and a motion sensor operated installation in the Stavanger tunnel, Ernest references Norwegian culture and community.