Street Artist Blanco grabbed his camera while visiting Bangkok, Thailand this month and discovered walls full of color, character, and even some graff names he’s familiar with in New York. “Utah and Ether are all over the city, crushing it,” he remarks.
His timing for visiting the city was good too because it coincided with the BukRuk Street Art Festival that ran from February 16 through March 17 and featured 27 artists from Thailand and Europe painting murals and installations in the downtown area of Bangkok.
Thanks to Blanco for sharing with BSA readers these new shots he took of both the sanctioned murals and the unsanctioned works left behind by numerous crews on the streets of Bangkok.
Rukkit (photo © Blanco)
Rime (photo © Blanco)
Low Bros (photo © Blanco)
Irak Crew (photo © Blanco)
Akacorleone (photo © Blanco)
UFO 907 (photo © Blanco)
Bangkok local flavor. (photo © Blanco)
Utah . Ether (photo © Blanco)
Tika (photo © Blanco)
Space Invader (photo © Blanco)
MSK (photo © Blanco)
Jace (photo © Blanco)
Jace (photo © Blanco)
Ether (photo © Blanco)
Armandine Urrity . Nicolas Barrome (photo © Blanco)
Utah, Ether, BNE, MMT (photo © Blanco)
Click here for further information about the BUKRUK Street Art Festival
Artists participating in BUKRUK included;
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