1 day agoby i_support_street_art7 Daughter’s of Eve for Truth Hounds. Beginning of this December, LAPIZ was invited by Truth Hounds to paint a human right mural. Truth Hounds (www.truth-hounds.org/en) is an Ukrainian NGO who has its base in the Georgian capital Tbilisi fighting for human rights by investigating, documenting and monitoring human rights violations. They also offer a safe haven in their city shelter for human rights defenders facing security threats as well as providing educational programs. In order to gain a larger audience they organised a street festival inviting (inter-)national artists each painting a mural concerning human right issues. @lapizgraffiti painted the
2 days agoby i_support_street_art@o_taxis created this fine mural describing the moment of grape harvesting in a representative "frame". "Viktoria", the title of his work, an almost romantic image with warm and delicate tones presents a woman in the action of picking grapes at the center of a Salentine landscape during the harvest. Made in Lecce last month, for the second edition of #167bartproject Guests and protagonists of this edition were Dimitris Taxis from Athens GR and Sabotaje Al Montaje from the Canary Islands. They both made composite plots by creating works driven from a careful sociological reading of the place and the surrounding
SKOUNT sent us his latest work from the Netherlands for the Millerntor Gallery. Skount’s oneiric masked characters beckon the viewer from the urban environment into their mysterious and playful dreamscapes.
Skount painted this wall, titled “Protection, natural cohesion and the soul’s messengers”, but it has been a secret until few weeks ago, when the Amsterdam Street Art Museum published their opening for next year!
”Macro artificial Biodiversity” is the title of Skount’s latest creation for the Sea Container Project that is taking place in Amsterdam since February and is part of the ”Keep it Fresh projects”. Confused? Enjoy the pictures the artist sent to us!
Do you have a childhood place that you remember playing? The Spanish artist Skount opened the doors to his childhood and shown his memories. Everybody has a place from childhood where you played at and have great memories about.