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“Points De Vue” Festival 2018 Spans Styles and the Basque Region in Bayonne, France.

“Today there are nearly 80 works – paintings and installations,” says Alban Morlot, “to discover in the inner city and its periphery.” Mantra. Points De Vue Festival 2018. Bayonne, France. (photo © Martha Cooper) The founder and curator of Points de Vue is speaking about his city, Bayonne in the south of France, which straddles […]

Leon Keer Goes Beyond Anamorphic and Into Augmented Reality

Street Artists continue to embrace new technologies as we race toward our own version of Huxley’s Brave New World. Personally, we’re still looking forward to the sleep-learning. Leon Keer & Massina. “Once Upon A Time” Created for Vibrations Urbaines Festival in Pessac, France. (still from the video) Anamorphic artist Leon Keer suggest you download his […]

ASTRO Brings a New “Perpetual Illusion” to Epinal

French Artist Creates Illusory View in a Town Famous for It’s Prints of Another Century ASTRO. Epinal, France. June 2018. (photo © Galerie Mathgoth) Known for its humorist take on daily norms of societal behavior, historical events, fantasy adventures in the imagined world, and European man’s manifest destiny to conquer, the famous Imagerie d’Epinal flourished […]

Jef Aérosol Creates Huge Fresco in Paris Sud for Wall Street Art Festival

“He wanted to highlight youth, its beauty and diversity,” says Gautier Jordain about French stencil master Jef Aérosol for this new public mural he just completed in Evry, in the south of Paris. Jef Aérosol. Wall Street Art Festival of Grand Paris Sud. Evry, France. (photo © Mathgoth Gallery) One of his biggest frescoes to […]

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