Rough Norwegian Street Art By Dolk Lundgren

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This street artists, who lives and works mainly in Norway, prefers to use in his drawings and graffiti elements of pop culture. Often, he ironizes or makes fun of them. Oddly enough, he calls himself Dolk Lundgren. The name translated from Norwegian means “dagger.” It is worth noting that a large number of his works have a sharp subject. More than a half of Dolk’s works are made in non-residential areas, away from people. As canvases for his creation, he uses abandoned houses, outbuildings, huge boulders, and old fences. Besides Norway, where Dolk Lundgren is considered one of the most famous street artists, you can find his works all over Europe and in North America.

More info: Dolk Lundgren, Facebook

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