Said Dokins and Leonardo Luna present some amazing works with light calligraphy on their last trip to the Netherlands. Said used the luminic tools he has created to perform a series of calligraphic actions around public spaces, while Leonardo Luna’s lens was capturing them.
In words of Said Dokins: ‘Heliographies of Memory is a long-term project that explores diverse social and historical relations that define specific places and, at the same time, resignify the sites within contemporary imaginaries, such as displaced memories encrypted in the flow and transit, a Non-place.
Said Dokins has just finished his last work in Munich for MUCA and we had the opportunity to see the process of it. The Giant Façade in the exterior of the Museum belongs to a power plant and it has a 1000 square meters wall which makes it the largest painting in the city.
Talented calligraphy street artist Said Dokins recently attended the Festival Letrástica 2017. The Festival took place on April 27rd till 30th in Guadalajara México and was dedicated to, as the name says, to Lettering and he could have not missed it.
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.