Category: Street Art

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NIARK1 a.k.a. Sebastien Feraut

CRAZY AND WEIRD CREATURES Wolf-like hybrids or oversized insects against saturated backdrops brimming with colour. As NIARK1 – a.k.a. Sebastien Feraut – explains, this is “a kind of surrealist universe with crazy and weird creatures.” The artist cites a range of influences from 80s horror through to Francis Bacon, from constructivism to David Lynch. His […]

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Fin DAC

URBAN AESTHETICS Fin DAC – or Finbarr DAC – is a self-taught, non-conformist urban artist who has defined and perfected an atypical spray paint style he has dubbed Urban Aesthetics. Hailing from Cork city (Ireland), he has paved a singular path through the global urban art scene whilst keeping his gallery output deliberately minimal: preferring […]

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Handiedan

FROM VICTORIAN ERA TO THE PIN-UP ART Undisputed protagonists of Handiedan‘s sculptural digital and hand-cut collages, her artwork immediately recall the burlesque genre, with the female subject looks like something in between an orientally adorned femme fatale from a film noir, a sexually joyful pin-up from a 1950’s calendar and a tattooed rockabilly gal. However […]

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Saner

TO BREAK DOWN WALLS Edgar Flores, aka Saner, paints in a small upstairs room in his suburban enclave outside Mexico City, where light pours in from a wall of windows. He has painted murals and participated in exhibitions everywhere from Morocco to Arkansas, combining contemporary Mexican and ancient Aztec and Mayan iconography with local history […]

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Mittenimwald

KNIFE, SPRAY-CANS, PAPER AND WOOD Mittenimwald prefers working in a small garage, on canvas and other supports. He defines his work as not art but simply craftsmanship and graphic expertise. To work, he uses a knife, spray-cans, rolls of paper and wood to create extremely detailed, hand cut stencils that he places on ground coated […]

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Iain Macarthur

SURREAL FACES Iain Macarthur: “I became a fanatic of art at the age of eight when I was first introduced to art through the medium of cartoon shows and comic books. Over the years, I am influenced by many artists and illustrators – all with differing styles and mediums – and have turned to their […]

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