Telmo Miel duo from the Netherlands made a new collaboration together with spanish artist Sebas Velasco. The mural was made in Rotterdam and is titled: ”Hit the Lights”.
Title: Hit the Lights
place: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Sober Collective presents: Sober Street Art Exhibition & Sober Walls
Friday March 17th 2017 was the opening of the ‘Sober Street Art Exhibition’ of Sober Collective in their gallery at Zaagmolendrift 53 in Rotterdam. The goal of the exhibition is to create a bigger platform for Street Art in Rotterdam. The exhibition starts from March 17th until April 28th 2017. Alongside next to the ‘Sober Street Art Exhibition’, Sober Collective organizes their newest event named: Sober Walls. In ‘Het Oude Noorden’ in Rotterdam two murals were painted by two artists who are invited by Sober Collective.
The ‘Sober Street Art Exhibition’ can be visited for six weeks at the gallery of Sober Collective. The murals created during Sober Walls will be visible for at least one year on the walls in ‘Het Oude Noorden’ in Rotterdam. Apart from the Telmo Miel mural with Sebas Velasco another wall was also made during Sober Walls by Vesod (Italy).
Besides offering Street Art a bigger platform, Sober Collective wants to connect the people from ‘Het Oude Noorden’ in Rotterdam with each other by involving them in the Sober Walls project. They want to achieve this by having the residents decide what there will be painted on the walls.
Sober Collective is a generic term for multiple companies of the brand Sober. These companies are active in advertisment, art and interior design. With TelmoMiel and Tim Boin Art Sober Collective is complete. Street Art is an easy accessible form of art, which makes it easier to enter the gallery of Sober Collective for the average visitor. TelmoMiel belongs to the top of best Street Artist in the world and in April 2016 they won the price for best Street Artist of the Netherlands in Amsterdam. The goal of Sober Collective is to bring the best Street Artists to Rotterdam and make sure that Rotterdam will have great murals.
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