Urban Forms in Lodz, Poland Ready To Go

ROA Inaugurates, INTI to Hit 11-Story Wall

Today we have a little reminder of the upcoming third edition of the Galeria Urban Forms Festival in Lodz, Poland, which will be really take off in the beginning of September. Already new work has begun from Etam Crew from Lodz with a mural on Politechniki Avenue inspired by Julian Tuwim’s poem “W aeroplanie” (“On the Airplane”). The second one in advance is by Gdansk artist M-City.

On the roster for this year is ROA from Belgium, who will inaugurate the festival shortly, and many are talking about the 11-floor skyscraper that INTI from Chile is going to paint, which will be the largest in Lodz and one of the largest in Europe. Below you can see the one INTI did last year entitled “Holy Warrior”. Also on tap is a 3D pavement painting by Ryszard Paprocki and other guests include 3TTMan – the Spaniard whose work you saw in BSA coverage of Atlanta last week along with INTI – and TONE, PROEMBRION, and CEKAS from Poland.

Urban Forms will have a variety of related events during the nearly month long festival that celebrate the existing 24 murals along with the new ones, including live music, a laser light show, bus and bicycle tours. BSA will be bringing you exclusive coverage of the new murals as they go up, so stop by to see brand new work by these artists over the next month.



INTI (photo courtesy © Urban Forms)


Os Gemeos . ARYZ (photo courtesy © Urban Forms)





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