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Interview: Mohamed L’ghacham

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Interview with Sebas Velasco

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Honest And Candid Interview With Dulk

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Mr.Woodland is an artist and graphic designer that lives and works in Munich. At an early age he developed an interest in painting, and in 1993 hit the streets as a budding graffiti writer. A decade later, he decided to experiment with new techniques that challenged and stimulated his imagination. Fascinated by the Jugendstil movement …

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Guri was born in 1991 in Gualeguaychu, Argentina. He started to write graffiti and murals in 2010 and defined his creative process while studying Fine Arts at the National University of La Plata. His art often deals with the artist surrealistic visual imagery. His “canvases” are the walls. His expressive brush stroke style reveals a …

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Wasp Elder is a socially engaged artist who paints pictures populated by enigmatic figures and unstressed backgrounds, enticing a sentiment of an obscure journey. His paintings present an evocative combination of solitary figures, collaged scenes, close-ups, obscured features, and potential catastrophe. Through this working process he is able to present often marginalised figures through a …

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Mohamed L’Ghacham (1993) is a painter and muralist from Mataró (Barcelona), born in Tangier (Morocco). Mohamed was always interested in the plastic arts. He discovered the world of graffiti during his school days  and years later he became attracted by the most classic painters and the language they use. His work is mainly figurative with …

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Sebas Velasco was born 1988 in Burgos, Spain. He started in the graffiti world in 2004 as he painted the streets of his hometown. He defined his creative process while completing a Masters Degree in Fine Arts at the University of País Vasco (UPV/EHU) in Bilbao.  His art often deals with an enviable naturalism technique. His …

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Antonio Segura Donat aka Dulk, is a Spanish artist, born in Valencia in 1983. As a child Antonio used to copy illustrations of exotic animals he found in his parents’ collection of old encyclopedias. And he took his sketchbook with him everywhere he went. At the age of nineteen, a close friend persuaded him to tackle …

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Pat Perry is an American artist and illustrator based in the Detroit area. He likes to spend his time drawing, painting, listening to music, reading and writing, even when he believes that fundamentally pictures speak louder than words. His street art works are often a mixture of social injustice and his native Midwestern sensibilities. I connected with Pat …

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Based in Glasgow, RogueOne (or Rogueoner) has been mastering his skill with a spraycan for over 20 years. His pieces are instantly recognisable for their sheer size and breathtaking realism. He is a free hand artist that paints graffiti pieces and graphic characters but is mostly known for his large murals. He makes a steady …

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Born in Metz (France) in 1987, Mantra is a self-taught street artist that has been painting in the streets since 2008. He grew up between the noise of the city and the whispers of the surrounding countryside. In his paintings and street canvases, the Artist pays tribute to his childhood heroes (butterflies, owls, spiders, birds…) in a …

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Born in Milan in 1980, Teo Pirisi aka Moneyless  has been doing research and investigation for years on different aspects of shapes and geometrical spaces as a visual artist. After graduating at Carrara Fine Arts Academy (multimedia course), Teo attended a postgraduate course in Communication Design at Isia (Florence). At the same time he developed …

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Milu Correch is a young Argentinian painter and illustrator who lives and works in Buenos Aires. She always drew as a kid until about a few years ago when she attended a workshop on muralism given by  Lean Frizzera and Emy Mariani, two street artists she admired. Soon after, she was translating her images from her …

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Yuijou in Ephrata, PA

In a relatively short urban art career, Fin DAC has defined and perfected an atypical paint/stencil style that ignores the accepted visual language of street art almost completely – he calls it Urban Aesthetics (a modern-day take on a 19th century art movement). Hailing from Cork (Eire), Fin Dac lived the majority of his life in …

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