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Herakut In Paris With A Message for the Kids About Magic

“Le duo allemand vient de signer sa première fresque à Paris,” says Galerie Mathgoth as they present Herakut and their new mural on rue Goscinny in #Paris13. Herakut. Paris. (photo © courtesy of Galerie Mathgoth) A fascinating intermingling of realism, fantasy, and poetry, the composition features a helmeted youth sees a winged horse in the […]

C215: “100 Walls For Youth” Begins with 27 Children in Stencil Portrait

“France has been a crossroads and a host country forever: Greeks, Romans, Teutons, Vikings, Arabs all settled here in antiquity and then in the middle ages. The Spanish, Russian, Italian, and Polish came here more recently, not to mention the North Africans, and Africans, the Indo-Chinese, Lebanese, and Iranians who have taken refuge. Even the […]

Spaik Brings Symbolic Eagle to Address Fear in Paris and Ibiza

Mexican modern folkloric muralist Spaik participated in the Bloop Festival in Ibiza during the month long proactive music festival that is now in its fifth year. With a general ethos that “Art is for Everybody”, Bloop invites a number of artists each year to create works all over this town that for two decades has […]

David Walker Contemplates the Role of His Mural in a French City

“I was conflicted about making the mural in France,” says Street Artist and muralist David Walker about the new sky-gazing countenance of a woman he painted there during the recent terrorist attacks. “I felt it I wasn’t commenting on the current situation there.” It’s often a point of contention with public art and one that […]

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