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…)
BerriBlue is a young, female street artist. Originally from Poland, she now lives and works in Portugal. She works mainly through paste-ups, which she paints at home in her studio. Her work deals with themes such as mental health, femininity, sexuality, and mortality. She currently has pieces up in Porto, Lisbon, London, and Dublin.
She previously went by “JTB” and was quite well known in Dublin under that name, with her work featuring in “Inside Out” a book about Irish street art. (more…)
Luispak, is a night time painter, graffiti writer, graphic designer, illustrator, was born in 1984 in Salerno.
The latest mural realized by Mots is called “Myśl” (polish word for ‘Thought’) and it was painted during Writer’s Block Festival in Leeuwarden, Netherlands. Muralists team, Diogo and Jagoda, created an abstract figure which the idea for it came from how simple shapes can communicate complex ideas, (more…)
Known for creating psychedelic landscapes using the unique color palette he developed mostly on the streets of New York, Eelco van den Berg is a Dutch painter, muralist, and illustrator. Mesmerized by hip-hop during elementary school (it still influences him greatly), he ventured out, beginning his artistic career by writing graffiti. (more…)
Tellas (Cagliari, 1985) participations to international festivals are countless, among these Artmosphere, the first Street Art Biennale in Moscow in 2014 (with 70 international artists) and La Tour Paris Project, in 2013, considered one of the most innovative contemporary art projects worldwide. (more…)