Street artist Fanakapan makes realistic frescos since his beginning in 2010. He represents random words and letters in the shape of grey balloons blown up by helium and which make us think of birthday parties balloons. A selection of his work is available in the gallery.
Represented by SOON and member of the illustrators collective Schwarzmaler, Swiss street-artist Remo Lienhard (aka Wes 21) masters the spray bomb and imagines monumental frescos on walls : hybrid motorized animals or spaceships coming from a sci-fi movie. Prints are available on Soon Editions.
On the basis of Panic Room project made by french artist Tilt, Kiev-based designer Pavel Vetrov has created another room that seem to be photographed before and after decoration. This hybrid bedroom is in fact divided in two parts, one pure and minimalist, the other part painted and decorated. An optical illusion that Pavel Vetrov has very well achieved.
The duo of Spanish street artist Pichi & Avo created a fascinating mix of graffiti and renderings of mythological characters inspired by the traditional ancient Greek sculptures. The accuracy of each piece is impressive, shadows and colors are perfectly controlled. To discover images in the following section.
After an eclectic selection of artworks available on Artsper, online art gallery launched in 2013 by Hugo Mulliez et François-Xavier Trancart, we have this time chosen around ten street-art creations, highlighting few technical approaches such as sculptures, graffiti, posters and stencils. To discover through a graphic and varied selection on sale on Artsper.
In collaboration with the alcohol brand Ballantine’s, English street artist INSA may have made the world’s largest animated painting. Creator of GIF-ITI concept, a mix of graffiti and GIF, the artist and a team of volunteers have worked for 4 days to paint a huge mural on the ground in Rio de Janeiro which he then photographed from a satellite. To discover in video.
Canadian Brooklyn-based artist Aaron Li-Hill holds, since November 8th, an exhibition entitled “Electric Currents And Mortal Wounds” at White Walls in San Francisco. The artist composes his pictorial works with several positions of the characters, and it making a static picture highly dynamic. Halfway between illustration, sculpture, graffiti, graphic design, painting and drawing, the series is to discover below.