Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening participants at Festival Asalto 2020:
1. FAITH XLVIII 410 BC – 340 BC
2. Ozmo / “La visión de Tondalo” via Urban Art Field
3. SOFLES / Geometric
BSA Special Feature: FAITH XLVIII 410 BC – 340 BC
You knew FAITH XLVIII was OG, but did you imagine she dipped back to the 4th century? In this newly unveiled clandestine scene, the South African street artist paints among the decay in Lexington.
She says it is part of her “7.83Hz Series”
FAITH XLVIII 410 BC – 340 BC, Lexington, Kentucky
Ozmo / “La visión de Tondalo” via Urban Art Field
Ozmo in Turin finds inspiration here from a Renaissance panel from the Bosch school and interprets it for Urban Art Field. In it, we find the journey of a dreamer in hell beneath the power of the Mole Antonelliana, the major landmark building that serves as a symbol of Turin.
SOFLES / Geometric
Professor Sofles takes us to school again with this brand new 3D-style graffiti piece he painted in a gym. He says he took inspiration from the interior wall design and climbing equipment.
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