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“Be there for someone else” by Dreyk the Pirate 2018-04-02

“Be there for someone else” by Dreyk the Pirate

Greek street artist Dreyk the Pirate has presented his latest work and this time its for a good cause! He was invited to create a mural for the local National Blood Donor Center in Greece.

Dreyk the Pirate, is a Greek artist, born and raised in Athens, known for his characters and two colors murals. Also his work in sculptures is a must see in the artist portfolio.

This time he was invited by the E.KE.A. (National Blood Donor Center of Greece) for World Blood Donor Day 2018 and created a big character giving blood. The character goes with the same lines that artist ussually uses in his works.

We can see two big wall with greys, blue and red, with the sailors characters being accomplish with a bag of blood connected to the arm, cats and fish. The two walls are connected by the heart which IVs are going different ways, each character has a IV connected to the heart.

The shades of the pieces make them look like are popping up from the wall.

See all the photos in the gallerry:

Sponsored by Kraft Paints Greece . Photos by Nikos Pekiaridis and Kostas Kallipolitis / Phi Factor


Check more from the artist at:

www.dreykthepirate.net
www.facebook.com/dreykthepirate
www.instagram.com/athenean.sailor

Great Job Dreyk The Pirate!!

Tomás Cardoso//ISSA Team

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