Category Archives: street art
Street artist Dan Bergeron-better known as Fauxreel- talks about aesthetics and purpose in his work. (more…)
The mural was inaugurated late last year so it’s still pretty low on people’s radars (meaning prime photo posing opps without millions of people swarming in – yay). Saraiva spent two years working on the huge hand-painted mural, which is made up of more than 50,000 tiles. It’s playful brushstrokes and bright colours are certainly eye-catching to say the least. (more…)
Art Whino project turned five years old this year and fulfilled its short term goal of 100 murals done by numerous artists. 100 murals now spanning from the Fan to the VMFA so visitors of Richmond won’t be able to check them all out in one-weekend visit trip. But you know they are all worth it.
Jonathan Pauwels Yellow painted in the small town officers DDE or municipal employees with their orange safety vests that pass the time as they are playing with their environment.
“Big Trash Animals is a series of artworks that aims to draw attention to a current problem that is likely to be forgotten, become trivial or a necessary evil. The problem involves waste production, materials that are not reused, pollution and its effect on the planet. The idea is to depict nature itself, in this case, animals, out of materials that are responsible for its destruction.”