Here it is, this is the line up for the 2015 festival, and we´re happy to present 12 international artists from around the world attending No Limit Street Art Borås. On the 3-6th of September, the Swedish town Borås once again will open it´s walls to public art.
– ”It´s a really strong line up and we´ve managed to get artists from a lot of different art backgrounds. We started out with a success in 2014 and the people of Borås and visitors just loved the completed murals and installations. This year they will continue to get beautiful art to admire and I´m so looking forward to see all the participating artists in town”, says curator Shai Dahan.
– ”We´re so happy to be able to do it again. We´ve managed to keep all the pieces from the festival of 2014 and now the mural gallery of Borås will be supplemented with pieces from 12 new artists. New walls, new spots and new experiences for the visitors together with the murals from last year will make an asthonising event,” says project manager Stina Hallhagen.
– Curiot (Mexico)
– DALeast (China/South Africa)
– David Zinn (US)
– Dulk (Spain)
– Inti (Chile)
– Joe Iurato (US)
– Laurence Vallières (Canada)
– Logan Hicks (US)
– Olek (US)
– Pichi&Avo (Spain)
– Robert Proch (Poland)
– Tristan Eaton (US)
No Limit 2015 will offer everything from large scale murals, small wooden figurines and stencil art to chrocheting and chalk paint. The festival of 2014 got a lot of media coverage both in national and international online and printed media. No Limit Street Art Borås is now also part of Google Cultural Institute.
No Limit is an outdoor art event inviting artists from around the world to participate in turning public spaces into an outdoor exhibition. The event is about all kinds of street art, from large scale murals to street art sculptures and installations. No Limit first saw the world in September 2014. 2015 we´re doing it again. A warm welcome to Borås, Sweden 3-6th of September 2015.
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