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Skount “Tempus Fugit” : Time Waits for No Person

Spanish Skount in the Netherlands wonders today about the evaporation of time, ever slipping from your fingers. He says his new mural, of which he has done perhaps a hundred that we know of over the last few years, is inspired by a quote about time by the poet Virgil, “Tempus Fugit” “Sed fugit interea, […]

Skount Ferries You To Hell via Amsterdam

Go to Hell! Pay your fare! In Greek mythology there is a ferry man who will take you there in a boat. Skount brings all of this to the beach in Amsterdam in a quick mural he put up last week. In his capitalist critique, only the rich can afford the ride across the rivers […]

Skount Levitates From Under an Overpass

Introverts of the World Unite! Brother, its hard out here. Not just the economy and the evaporating social net and the haters. But for the introverted types, and there are many in society, just having a public face and interacting with lots of people on the street and at your job or in the barber […]

Skount, Kera, SokarUno Paint Outside New Refugee Camp in Former Berlin Airport

The combined creative efforts of friends Skount, Kera, and SokarUno on a recent Saturday in Berlin possibly reflect the state of many recently arrived who are living near it. The historic Tempelhof Airport here was closed in 2008 after about 80 years in service and reopened as a recreational park in 2015. Now it is […]

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