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Dulk Illustrates Out on a Limb in Rome

Dulk Illustrates Out on a Limb in Rome

Antonio Segura Donat, aka Dulk is an illustrator and graphic designer from Valencia, Spain who is now also known in many cities for his painting in the street. Since copying images in encyclopedias as a kid, he continues to love drawing and painting animals, exaggerating their features and personalities to tell fantastical stories. While he is part of a graffiti crew called Wildcans and he did some writing for a while as a teen, he remains more committed to his work as an illustrator these days.

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Dulk at work. (photo © @blindeyefactory)

Dolk says he says he “enjoys creating characters and stories based on his own dreams and everyday events, mixing fact and fiction, with a touch of pop surrealism,” according to his bio, and with these kind of skills you can easily imagine how Dulk will be doing a children’s book one of these days, as it appears that his work originates with a childlike imagination. In fact he and his brother illustrated a book based in Brussels a few years ago that gives a better idea of his small-scale drawing talent.

Here you can see Dulk’s initial outlines on the wall before his inhabits them with color and volume. The new wall is part of “Street Heart,” a project sponsored by the 5th Municipality of Rome, curated by Marta Gargiulo and Varsi Gallery along with Massimo Scrocca and Marco Gallotta.

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Dulk at work. (photo © @blindeyefactory)

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Dulk at work. (photo © @blindeyefactory)

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Dulk at work. (photo © @blindeyefactory)

 

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Etnik’s Geometric Forms Popping Off in Rome

Etnik’s Geometric Forms Popping Off in Rome

Furthering his examination of geometric forms interacting in a multi-dimensional field, Etnik creates this new mural in a Roman neighborhood in full view from your terrace. The cube forms emanate forward from a central gravity mass toward the viewer, popping off the enormous sky-blue canvas.

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Etnik. Street Heart. Rome. April 2015. (photo © Blind Eye Factory)

The wall is part of a project sponsored by the 5th Municipality of Rome Capital, on a building at Via Bartolomeo Perestrello. Initiated by a gallery in Tor Pignattara, be sure to check out the video of Etni in action at the end of the post.The “Street Heart” project is curated by Marta Gargiulo and Varsi gallery along with Massimo Scrocca and Marco Gallotta.

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Etnik. Street Heart. Rome. April 2015. (photo © Blind Eye Factory)

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Etnik. Street Heart. Rome. April 2015. (photo © Blind Eye Factory)

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Etnik. Street Heart. Rome. April 2015. (photo © Blind Eye Factory)

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Etnik. Street Heart. Rome. April 2015. (photo © Blind Eye Factory)

 

 

Etnik in Rome from Blindeye Factory

 

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