Mexican artist Fosil drives us deeper in to his latest mural creation in Guanajuato, explaining the deeper meanings of his symbolisms interwined with a historical and cultural background of a nearly forgotten ancient central American culture. (more…)
In less than two weeks, black and indigenous artists painted giant murals in the capital of Minas Gerais bringing resistance and affection through art. (more…)
Sumski is the artist name of Ivan Blazetic. It is a Croatian word whose closest English equivalent is “sylvan’, meaning something characteristic of woods or forests. Sumski is an illustrator, muralist, painter, and sculptor. Whatever the medium, his work has a strong narrative element. (more…)
Spaik is a Mexican street artist who creates colourfull works mainly in Mexico but also in other countries of South America. Spaik uses traditional local themes in most of his paintings as wells as mythical references from native tales.
Vitae Viazi are a street art crew (art-collective) from Moscow. The name “Vitae Viazi” comes from the Latin word “vitae” (“of life”) and “viazi,” which is the name of a special ornamental Cyrillic (old slavonic) script. This decorative script was their initial source of inspiration. In fact, the name of the crew should be written with characters of two keyboard layouts “VITAE ВЯЗИ” but it is too tricky to google it, so they choose – “Vitae Viazi”. (more…)