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For this work, the artists moved to Lisboa for sixty days. They painted freely the streets of the city, with the aim of telling their own story about changes on Street Art from a spontaneous and illegal movement to a cultural, commercial and institutional phenomenon.>> read more
The upcoming release of Amo-Te Lisboa: an ignominious street a̶̶r̶̶t̶̶ movie, a full-lenght movie which narrates a wild street experience in Lisbon. Painting daily in the streets without any authorization for two consecutive months; the film includes guest appearances by Borondo, RUN and other friends.>> read more