Colombian street artist – Stinkfish present us his latest walls in Italy. Specifically, he created two colourful murals in the cities of Cotignola and Alfonsine, as part of the spin off of Cuma project.
Between April and May this year 3 artists went to the Honduras for four weeks to work on the first stage of the Cuma Project, an independent initiative that visits several rural communities in the Intibuca State, located in the western part of the country that borders El Salvador.
Colombian street artist has just sent us his last quick piece of work in Marseille, at the back of the ruins in the Ancien Magasin Industriel A. Biétron. He always picks carefully his spot and this time
Colombian street artist Stinkfish, has just finished a new piece in the city of Quito – Ecuador for the Detonarte Festival. A massive wall depicting one child face. His familiar style was applied on this building wall on a scale to be seen from very far. Enjoy.
Colombian street artist Stinkfish has returned to his native city Bogota after a long world tour travelling to several distant locations. His last wall comes from Bogota in Collaboration with local friend and artist ”Empty Boy”, an amazing stencil maker.
We all love Stinkfish and if you ve been following us you have surely seen most of his recent activity as he travelled the world during 2015. His latest stop in London comes with a very attractive exhibition called ”Crossroad Portraits” and its taking place at the Pure Evil Gallery.
Colombian street artist Stinkfish has just finished a new wall in the city of Medellin – Colombia. The young artist has recently fulfilled a long journey, visiting places in Mexico, China, Hong Kong and Arizona. The latest wall depicts a young child portrait with colorful surroundings. His works usually depict ethnic people he has photographed […]
Colombian street artist Stinkfish continues his adventures and this time he is in Navajo Nation, in Arizona. He just finished an abandoned trailer painting in collaboration with his mexican friend Mazatl ( @graficamazatl ) for The Painted Desert Project.