1 day agoby i_support_street_artOn the occasion of International Womens Day 2019 @nes .poon painted in Delhi a mural inspired by the traditional women led crafts, connecting the European lace patterns and the Indian rangoli patterns. The final work was also a result of a workshop with 25 women from Nizamuddin area, the medieval Islamic
For Madrid Street Art Project its been an exciting year, filled with art experiences in the public space. Right when it is about to end, we remember 2018 as another brilliant year, with renewed projects born during the last few years, as well as new and exciting ones.
The new Dourone mural “Esther 00: 00,02” in Huesca, Spain is part of the series “Space-time H”. A series in which two conceptually opposed phenomena that advance simultaneously are reflected: consolidation and fragmentation.
When it comes to big fantastic murals look no further than Zed1‘s creations. His latest majestic creation is a challenge to our minds, recently made in the city of Santander in Spain, he created this wall telling his story about death.
This impressive artwork by Elian Chali was realized at the Universitat Politécnica of Valencia for the Polinizados festival. A wall that challenges your perception as to what a ”No Parking” sign can become.
“The 3 rodents”: Xav’s delicate realism for Project 12+1 in l’Hospitalet de Llobregat (Barcelona). Xav is a self-taught Spanish graffiti and tattoo artist from Asturias (north of Spain). He is also a professional mural decorator.