Airborn Mark is back and continues exploring hand forms as an additional narration to his origami creations. The reason he started painting them in first place was to challenge himself since he has grown too comfortable with painting paper folds alone.
Our dear friend Airborne Mark just sent his latest piece from the London streets, a spectacular Origami Whale! It is his biggest permanent wall in London and it took him 60 hours to produce. The UK based artist uses a technique largely based on real life origami elements and figures,
UK based street artist Airborne Mark has presented his latest origami inspired creation. It was a challenging, not because of the weather, which blew away his origami reference model… But because of the piece being destroyed half way through…
Based on his origami model, Airborne Mark created an amazing piece for the Ibug Festival in Chemnitz, Germany. “It was a different event as it took place in an abandoned factory where I created a 4 wall-walk in experience-
Airborne Mark is giving a new look to some spots in London, this time in Camden Town with his origami roseproject. With his inspirational work he tries to maintain the legal walls in London without tagging, which is very difficult nowadays.