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New from Lodz in Poland; ETAM Crew and MCity

Posted on July 30, 2013

New Additions to the Great Open Gallery of Polish “Urban Forms”

As an update to our posting a few weeks ago about Urban Forms we have here some exclusive images of new work in Lodz from some local Street ETAM crew and M-City.

The ETAM crew are Przemysław Blejzyk (“Sainer”) and Matthew Gapski (“Bezt”) and are both still students at the University of Lodz but have already blown minds with their grandly eclectic characters, attention to textural nuances and their talent with color.  You can see their influences from other Street Artists/illustrators with higher profiles, but their style continues to evolve into something purely theirs. ETAM haven’t yet begun to travel the circuit of cities around the world that are blooming with Street Art, but you know it’s just a matter of time.

A graphic designer, muralist and lover of architecture, M-City is also a professor in Gdansk. His distinctive monochromatic industrial age subjects and multi-functioned diagrammed machinery transform unusual spaces. He knows how to select a good context in which to unveil work that is at once simple and complex – and usually expansive. M-City has completed perhaps a couple of hundred murals around the world in the last decade so it’s great to see this work a little closer to home here in Poland.

ETAM Crew. Lodz, Poland. (photo © Urban Forms)

ETAM Crew. Detail. Lodz, Poland. (photo © Urban Forms)

ETAM Crew. Lodz, Poland. (photo © Urban Forms)

MCity. Detail. Lodz, Poland. (photo © Urban Forms)

MCity. Detail. Lodz, Poland. (photo © Urban Forms)

MCity. Detail. Lodz, Poland. (photo © Urban Forms)

MCity. Lodz, Poland. (photo © Urban Forms)

Special thanks to Michał Bieżyński for sharing these images with us exclusively for BSA readers.

See our earlier coverage of Urban Forms HERE.

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