Wes21 and Onur are now in Portugal for the ARTURb In My Wall Street Art Festival. The Swiss-duo quickly painted this beautiful piece which is featuring their hyper-realistic style combined with some cheeky additions such as the Facebook like button.
Street Art is still growing in the Netherlands. I made a selection to show you the best Street Art galleries we have. Some of these galleries also show their work on international art fairs, so make sure you keep an eye on them.
In 2009 the two complete street art lovers Isabelle Vroom and Olivier VarossieauLook founded Look For Art Gallery. Back in the days they started as an online platform and webshop. But now it has become a gallery in Amsterdam that specializes in Urban Contemporary Art & Street Art. When I visited the gallery for the first time, I can only say that it is worth a visit to the Zuidas in Amsterdam. This is mainly due to the good quality of all the artwork (including Banksy, The London Police, Zeus and Paul Ruigrok) which is presented in a very nice way, in a raw-looking gallery.
St. Art Gallery
A while back I had a long talk with owner and founder Geoffrey van Vugt about his gallery. Which was also founded in 2009, which you can find in a water tower. Outside the gallery you will find the collection at many art fairs in the Netherlands, but also abroad. Where he shows the art of emerging talents and innovative artists. The gallery originates from his love for Street & Urban Art.
A few weeks ago I discovered this website that 1 or 2 times a month sells exclusive artwork in a limited edition series of 10 pieces of varying street artists. Because of the limited editions they sell out completely!
After spotting a photo on instagram of Spanish street artist Rosh‘s multi-colored sprayed corners, Guillermo de la Madrid took to the streets of Madrid to find more, and more he did find. These pastel-y splashes of colors adorn the street corners of the city, as well as other urban objects such as electrical switch boxes, pipes, and street signs. Surprising and subtle enough to almost be confused as unintentional, these colorful splotches especially appeal to those in the know.
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The brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra has finished his latest Street Art mural in Los Angeles, California. This time his piece covered a 4300 square feet wall and it can be found on 1220 N. Highland Ave. Kobra aims to produce images of people who somehow had contributed to make the world a better place.
“Trip” is vjsuave’s new short movie. An spiritual journey in search of self-knowledge, conscience and love. This short movie was produced independently and recorded during vjsuave’s residency at “Shiny toys Festival” in Germany.
Vjsuave is Ygor Marotta and Ceci Soloaga, a new media art duo based in Sao Paulo, as specialists in moving projection they create movies that are poignant, warm and personal, crafted from hand-drawn media, transformed into digital animation then projection-mapped in a way that seems to bring streets alive. Characters walk across the landscape with a convincing blend of movement and real moving projections.
“Trip” é o 4º curta-metragem de vjsuave. Uma jornada espiritual em busca do autoconhecimento, da expansão da consciência e do amor. Este curta foi produzido de forma independente e gravado durante a residência no festival audiovisual Shiny Toys na Alemanha.
Vjsuave é Ygor Marotta e Cecilia Soloaga, um duo de artistas audiovisuais residente em São Paulo. São especializados em projeção em movimento e criam curtas onde misturam animações quadro a quadro com o mundo real utilizando-se da tecnologia de projeção.
a film by vjsuave
animation: Dante Zaballa, Juli Perez, vjsuave
character design: Ygor Marotta
Special thanks: Jan Ehlen, Jerry Jerome, Alexandra Zimmer, Yochanan Rauert, Daniel Derg, Bjorn Samson, Cristiana Faria
Shiny Toys Festival
Mülheim an der ruhr
Constantly travelling around Europe, Borondo recently stopped by Bologna where he hooked up with Cane Morto to work on this brilliant collaboration entitled “Teta”.
The Brazilian artist Herbert Baglione has returned to Frankfurt and complete his project “1000 Shadows.” . On the occasion of Brazil Street Art, taking place from September 5 to October 27 at the gallery Schirn Kunsthalle , Herbert Baglione realized this huge fresco where the figures seem like blown away by the power of this famous town square.