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“Weird Tales” echoes the meaning of the fictitious artistic name Interesni Kazki, for those who understand Ukrainian and familiar with the work of the famous duo. Initially formed by the duo Waone and Aec, Interesni Kazki translates to Interesting Fairy Tales. After over 15 years of collaborative work, the duo split up. Both artists are …

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Iryna Kanishcheva was born and raised in Ukraine where she had a successful career working in the pharmaceutical sector. She completely changed her focus when she moved to the USA in 2013. Iryna founded and curated the first urban art project in North Florida, 352walls, and was awarded the 2015 “Public Art Award”. IN 2016 she co-founded and …

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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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Street artist Dima Fatum from Ukraine was invited to a 3D Art Festival in Dubai called Dubai Canvas where he painted an optical illusion entitled ‘International peace is absolute happiness’. About The Mural  The artist’s artwork is a 3D composition encoding the global symbol of Peace. The basic idea of the composition is an image …

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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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