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HUE MURAL FESTIVAL
by Scott Tarbox
Originally from McAllen, Houston street artist Scott Tarbox started participating in art shows in 2012 and has now painted murals from coast to coast, as well as a couple in Bogota, Colombia. Tarbox is reportedly a big animal lover, rescuing many dogs and including dog faces in many of his compositions. In December, 2019, making a late addition to the biennial @HUEMuralFest several weeks after the festivities, Tarbox added this dog watching over the rail line off of Opelousas St near @SaintArnoldBrewing . @tarboxx2/
This artwork is titled : Another masterpiece By Vxmadsen 79 x 55 cm mixed media. DM for purches or questions. Shipoing world wide.
The Muros Tabacalera is a project aimed to turn the external walls of Madrid former tobacco factory into spaces for urban art. In the first edition of May 2014 the project highlighted the concept of ‘context’ as a fundamental element of urban art. 32 street artists were called to perform 27 murals on the walls. Among them there were Por Favor and Seven Logos who participated with the mural entitled
After the success of the first edition, the second edition of Muros Tabacalera took place in June 2016. One of the artists was Barbara Butragueño, a Madrid street artist and poet
Another artist was
Graciela Goncalves, Argentinian street artist known as AnimalitoLand with a mural entitled Urban Nature.
A child and a bag of seeds, wandering around the city. A little lost, a
little vulnerable, yet a little decided and strong. And something that
grows as he/she moves forward.
La Niña de
Julia Silla, Spanish street artist from Valencia known as Julieta XLF
Last Year 25 new artists gave new life to the walls of Glorieta de Embajadores, Miguel Servet and Mesón de Paredes for 2019 edition. One of the artist was Sara Fratini, street artist from Venezuela who painted
the mural ‘Serpiente de dos cabezas’.
Redon // 2018
Pochoir (animé) du matin. #streetart #stencilart #art #contemporaryart #lahaine #vincentcassel #artwork #artoftheday #Zapata ¡Z!
Brazilian Eduardo Kobra
is best known for his massive-scale, brightly colored murals infused
with bold lines that often portray some of the most iconic people
throughout history. Kobra usually spends a lot of time in museums and
libraries exploring the city’s history before he starts a new work.
After he gets an idea of the history of the location, he chose an old
photograph that evokes a sense of memory and nostalgia for the local
community. The technique of using bright colors and repeating squares
and triangles allows him to bring to life the famous people portrayed in
Maya Plisetskaya, the Russian ballet dancer
When he visited the Bolshoi Documentation Center of Moscow in 2013, he fell in love with an old black and white photograph of Maya Plisetskaya,
one of greatest dancer in the history of Russian ballet. From this
photo he created a massively-scaled portray of Maya Plisetskaya on a
wall of Moscow. Today this mural is a true memorial in honor of the
Russian dancer who died in 2015 at age 89.
Animalitoland is the visual universe of Graciela Gonçalves Da Silva, Argentinian/Portuguese
street artist who creates creatures, gives them feelings and adopts
shapes and colors. In the last 10 years she has been working in
animation, video games, toys and graphic design, experimenting,
cultivating his own visual language with which he shapes everything he
feels as creatures. 5 years ago she decided to move his imaginary to the
street, without knowing how much this would impact both artistically
and personally. Since then she has been travelling around the world,
painting and growing from experience with others.
Old folks sharing stories and memories (2015) by Animalitoland in collaboration with Alto, Mercado de Moratalaz, Madrid