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The British based Street Artist Wasp Elder, was recently invited to take part of the Odessarium – murals project in Odessa (Ukraine). Despite the difficulties and the pressure to get his wall finished, he was able to deliver a stunning mural. About The Mural Wasp Elder uses a photographic reference for every painting he makes, because photographs are the …

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Street Art and Graffiti started out as illegal and a way of self expression until it became more accepted and people started seeing its potential transformative power. We have seen this evolution from small casually organized graffiti jams to full blown international festivals, where both organizers and artists benefited from it one way or another. …

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The Swiss duo NEVERCREW recently visited the historic city Kiev to add to the ever-growing culture of vibrant street-art that’s developed over the last few years. Through the Art United Us project, their recent mural “Encumbering Machine” is a marvelous and compelling addition to the Ukrainian capital’s booming urban art district.  About The Mural In a …

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Spanish artist XAV was invited to paint his largest mural to date in Kiev (Ukraine) by Art United Us. Due to Racism the artist was forced to stop for a few days, with keeping in mind that this mural was the last mural Art United Us hosted before this initiative concluded.  About The Mural The …

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Italian artist Fabio Petani just painted a new mural in Kiev honoring Ukraine. The mural was part of the international project Art United Us and was curated by Geo Leros and Iryna Kanishcheva. About The Mural Originally titled ‘флуор‘ (meaning Fluorine), Fabio Petani’s mural is composed by two conceptual parts which refer to two elements : …

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The Ukrainian art initiative Art United Us kicks off its second year with a mural by Russian Artist Rustam QBic in Kiev, Ukraine. This is Rustam’s second mural for Art United Us. About The Mural Entitled “The Boy And The Sea” the mural depicts a boy sitting on the beach during sunset holding a brush, and beside …

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This colorful mural is created by Ukrainian artist Dima FATUM and organised by ArtUnitedUS is a surreal picture-story about historical and contemporary context of the Kharkov Residential Area, one of the largest “sleeping” (residential) areas of the city of Kiev. This work is curated by Geo Leros and Iryna Kanishcheva. About the Mural The composition is …

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“Shelter” is  a mural by Mexican artist Paola Delfin painted in Kiev (Ukraine), curated by Geo Leros and Iryna Kanishcheva. This mural will be one of the last murals we will see this year from the art initiative ArtUnitedUS. Hopefully more works start popping up again in the spring. About the Mural Paola said: “I believe, besides …

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The Berlin-based art collective Innerfields were recently in Kiev, adding more colors and vibrance to the city with their latest mural entitled “Present”, curated by Geo Leros and Iryna Kanishcheva for the wonderful art project ArtUnitedUs. About the Mural The mural speaks about that balance between presence and absence of someone. It‘s telling a story …

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Since March of this year, the ongoing project ArtUnitedUs has collaborated with artists from around the globe with one mission in mind, to raise public awareness and attention to the problem of war, aggression and violence, bringing instead a message of love and reconciliation. With this idea in mind Australian artist Guido van Helten completed a …

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In their quest to make this world a better place, ArtUnitedUs relied on DOURONE’s participation to create his tallest mural ever with a 14 floors high in Kiev, Ukraine. About the Mural Entitled FRATERNITY, the mural is about brotherhood highlighting three important values: RESPECT, FREEDOM and DIVERSITY. The mural talks about human relationship, sharing moments and ideas, being helpful and …

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Inspired by last year’s cyber attack at power distribution centers in western Ukraine, French Artist MTO was invited by the ArtUnitedUS initiative to paint a mural in Kiev, Ukraine entitled: “From Russia With Love.” About the Mural “From Russia With Love” is A digital love-cannonball sent from Moscow (Russia) to Kiev (Ukraine) : An interpretation of …

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