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INTI's latest mural at the Mural-Istanbul Festival

The latest mural by INTI made to the Mural-Istanbul Festival in Kadikoy, a party supporting the turkish people. Beautiful warm colors and vivid in this piece, and the subtle message of resistance.

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LIBRE HEM, a new mural in Tijuana for "Pintemos Mexico"

The artist Libre Hem, A native of Tijuana, participated once again in the program  "Pintemos Mexico" with the help of Spel, Kafy, Dual, Crew HEM and Skof, another local artist.

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Libre Gutierrez / “Ciclo Guaycura” murals in Mexico

After working in the city of La Paz, on the Baja peninsula of Mexico, as part of the "Pintemos of Mexico" arts program by INFONAVIT, the artist Libre Gutierrez (assisted by Kafy) has held several workshops to people living in the Solidaridad neighborhood, which involve the use of basic spray paint and the construction of benches for public spaces using empty cans. Two walls were painted to create the murals "Guaycura Cycle"

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BANKSY AND NORWEGIAN STREET ART IN A SKURKTUR WORK

CMYK - THREE DIMENSIONAL WALL

In 2009, Skurktur, a small design collective based in Trondheim, Norway, realizes CMYK: a colored rain hits an adult man and a child, causing completely different reactions in them.

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Product Selection


SDM Products Selection, a selection of design products able to improve the liveability of indoor and outdoor spaces, while at the same time expressing a mood.

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Idea! Zarvos Choque Cultural and Coletivo Rua / street art in the neighborhood Vila Madalena in São Paulo

Idea! Zarvos presents an innovative project, in collaboration with artists Coletivo Rua e Choque Cultural, To highlight the cultural richness of the Vila Madalena district, located in the western part of the city of São Paulo, offering visitors and residents a new form of artistic expression.

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An abandoned ship becomes a graffiti gallery for the work of the collective of street art DuDug

DuDug It is a collective of international street art which used the carcass of an abandoned ship on the Llanerch-y-Mor beach in north Wales, as a large canvas for graffiti art project called The Black Duke. The once very famous cruise ship known as the Duke of Lancaster has been left to rust in a dry dock from the 1979 and only at the end of last year she was approached and transformed by this group of artists.

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