El Joel and Aruma are the feature for this week’s Wednesday wall. This is my first time ever writing about Aruma but El Joel I had the pleasure of interviewing earlier this year. This collaborative piece was created on one of the few remaining legal walls left in the city.
Celebrated Portuguese artist Mr. Dheo has completed his newest intervention. Situated in his home town of Oporto, Mr Dheo collaborated with the artist Pariz One to create this new mural. The Mural The mural spans two facades (of 137,5m2 each) at the new student residence Livensa Living Porto Campus built by Temprano Capital Partners. Amazingly theContinue reading “Mr Dheo new mural in Oporto”
You know what would improve your Monday morning in the office? Reading about the works of SM172, Diyeart and Mina Hamada and Zosen Bandido that’s what! So minimise that work tab and take a load off for the next 5 minutes.
This week I have spoken with Italian artist Alessio Bolognesi. Alessio is an ex graphic designer who decided his talents were better served in the world of street art. His art is driven by a passion for the environment and human rights. I seem to have interviewed a lot of Italian artists in the lastContinue reading “Interview with Alessio Bolognesi”
Marta Antares is part of a crop of new young artists appearing on the streets of Barcelona. I don’t want to say there is a passing of the torch situation going on right now. However, the vast majority of the artists I was seeing when I moved here have shifted to studio/larger mural work only.Continue reading “Marta Antares – Wednesday wall #53”