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The collective BellaPhame, formed by Isabella (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) and Phame (Brooklyn, N.Y.) was created in 2017 when both artists began to merge their influences and styles while living in Portugal. Coming from different backgrounds, their work shares the importance of connection and collaboration, using the word search game as an interactive tool to engage with the public and the colors green and purple as a visual representation of their separate forces existing in balance.
Born in 1992 in Rabat, Samir Toumi a.k.a Iramo grew up in Casablanca. He is a self-taught man who had his first contact with his talent with expressing his love for the Wydad AC team through tags in his city and as a major Tifosi at the origin of spectacular Tifos recognized worldwide in the football environment. His passion for Street Art continued to grow and pushed him to start his Crew in 2015 and push the limits of his potential. His career has since been rich in contributions in Morocco and elsewhere. (more…)
Mariana Duarte Santos is a visual artist from Lisbon, Portugal. She works in oil painting, drawing, printmaking and most recently mural paintings. The artist uses a figurative drawing with literary and cinematographic influences. She likes to deal with issues related to memory, collective identity and local histories. (more…)
Shepard Fairey, local artists and curator Iryna Kanishcheva stand for Ukraine with a powerful action and fundraising in Gainesville, Florida. The power of public art in connecting people, raising awareness and positive social change is illustrated by a documentary launched now. (more…)
As a preview event for this year’s BLOOP event, Spaik comes back to splash colors on the white isle of Ibiza for the 4th time. Inspired by his native folklores, a herd of vibrant colored sea creatures such as narwhals (whose horn is a chimney!) (more…)