Italian street artist BLU known for the complexity of his animated graffitis has transformed the walls of an old military warehouse in Rome with a huge colorful mural composed of 25 unique faces whose eyes are trained through the windows of the building. To discover in images.
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.
On the occasion of the music festival Rock Werchter which took place in Belgium from 3rd to 6th of July, North West Walls proposed exposure of creations from various artists curated by Arne Quinze. Among the different artists, the Belgian ROA has done well by giving us gigantic representations of animals on different containers. Wonderful creations to discover.
Formerly known as graffiti artist, El Grio is a talented painter who creates representations of trivial objects. The combination of a range of earthy colors and minimalist style is the feature that makes its works extraordinary indisputable. Each figure is unique in its color and shape.
Designer INSA made a series of graffitis that he has animated in GIFs format. “GIF-iti” gathers all his street-art GIFs, realized all around the world. Each mural is painted and photographed in sequences of 8 frames. Colorful, geometric, hypnotic and sometimes with 3D effects, his GIFs are to discover in photos.
Benjamin Affagard (also known as Come) is behind the project “Street Vitrine” : streets’ facades in which street art is present. He reproduces under the shape of tiny models all the details of the street, from the PMU of the suburb to the tiniest graffiti. A real handmade and precise work.
Director Selina Miles filmed graffiti artistes Sofles, Fintan Magee, Treas and Quench who took possession of a giant hangar. The opportunity to offer an absolutely amazing video showing the talent of these artists to decorate, modify and beautify this place to discover later in the article.
The second installation of The Hanger One Project by Hangfire, Icarus_13, brings together two renowned graffiti drawers Sat One and Roids who had to paint together a Boeing 737. A titanic work in difficult weather conditions but the rendering is beautiful. To discover in the following pictures.