Street Artist, Greg Astro finds inspiration from the architecture of modern and ancient cities, design and calligraphy. His first big mural was in 2000, in the northern suburbs of Paris. Astro is able to deceive the viewers eye through distorting depth and exploiting shadows, light and colors.
Mikael Brandrup combines the softness of Baroque with bold sharp Cubism. Blue painters tape and spray paint are his main tools of the trade but not before he uses his technical graphic design skills, to mock-up his powerful designs.
“London Underground – undergoes deep clean”. Corona virus-inspired stencils on London Underground, tube train feature rats with surgical face masks, and hand sanitizer.
DirtyLand Warriors embraces hyper-realistic portraits of women from the perspective of the artist, Brian Viveros. These victors embody female empowerment, beauty, and strength.
A young child in a small town outside of Prague, in the Czech Republic, witnesses a train pass by covered in graffiti and street art, his mind is captivated, his intrigue is high, and the evolution of one of today’s great color realism tattoo artists begins to take shape.
Exhibit in Warshaw breaks down conformity. Igor Dobroski, street artist discusses the obstacles involved prepping for his first show, long hours of dedication and family support setting up.