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Nils Westergard is a 22 y.o Belgian-American street artist and film maker from Richmond, VA. His stencils and murals can be found on walls and in galleries across the US, Europe, and Australia. He has produced music videos and animations which have played in film festivals around the world, most notably his street-animation “Wallflower.” Nils …

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“I grew up living above my parents restaurant, which meant that I didn’t get a lot of time to hang out with my dad but when he finished service I would join him in the studio to do my art homework. When he wasn’t being a chef, his other passion for painting took over, I …

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Dale Grimshaw was born in Lancashire, in the North of England. During a difficult childhood, his drawing and painting became extremely important to him. As a teenager he was able to develop these skills while completing an Art Foundation course at Blackburn College. Later on he was able to study fine art to degree level …

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Born in Nizhnevartovsk, Siberia (Russia) in 1987, Volchkova Yulia Anatolievna (Julia) studied drawing from an early age. In 2004, Julia won in the competition of the faculty of art and design. In 2010, she graduated from the Institute and went to Saint Petersburg and she began drawing graffiti and street art. Soon after that Julia …

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It all began in 2007, bringing a spectacularly lucid splash of Mediterranean colors to the streets of Valencia and the rest of Spain, Pichi and Avo have infused a stunning level of figurative detail into their work. Hints of surrealism leap out and slap the viewer about while drawing you into a radiant explosion of …

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Skount (Jerez de la Frontera, Spain, 1985), currently based in Amsterdam (The Netherlands). Inspired by the classical Spanish theatre of the town where he spent the most of his childhood (Almagro), Skount’s oneiric masked characters beckon the viewer from the urban environment into their mysterious and playful dreamscapes. The great playwrights of Skount’s youth formed …

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Gonzalo Borondo was born in Spain 1989. He grew up in Segovia where his mother let him paint the hallway of his house and his father spent his life restoring Christs and Holy Maries. In 2003 he moves to Madrid where he strengthens his relationship with Graffiti. Some years after he starts visiting the studio …

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Ernest Zacharevic or better known as ZACHAS in the art world, is a Lithuaninan native who studied his way through life, but discovered street art and is now rather permanently based in Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia. He started out young, scribbling with crayons on his dad’s newspaper, which then transformed into art school in his hometown, …

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James Cochran, aka Jimmy C, played a key role in the development of the underground graffiti movement in Australia during the early 1990’s, and after working on numerous mural commissions and community arts projects, went on to complete a Masters degree in Visual Arts at the University of South Australia with an interest in urban …

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After 10 years of giving his art away for free as part of the now infamous Free Art Friday project in the UK, My Dog Sighs has this year finally found himself strapped in to a well-deserved meteoric rise. With an incredible international following in Israel, Japan and the UK, three sold out shows under …

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Initially inspired by the Graffiti scene, Snik has been working with stencil and spray can for 10 years now. Constantly pushing the boundaries, this artist duo has developed a unique style which is equally captivating on walls as it in on canvas. Staying true to their form, Snik hand cuts up to nine layers at …

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Born in Lismore NSW (Australia), Fintan Magee moved to Brisbane as a child and began drawing shortly after. In his early teens, he was exposed to Brisbane’s graffiti culture, and began to scrawl his name across the city with large vibrant letter forms. Moving away from traditional graffiti in recent years, his guerilla murals often …

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