jueves, 22 de junio de 2017

Creation and Rats

Continuing with this amazing exhibition at MUBAM: "Urban art: From the stree to the museum".

- Left: "Bribe" by Cranio (Brazil). Fabio de Oliveira Parnaiba, known as Cranio, began in 1998 to cover the walls of his city with great imagination and good humor. Their typical characters of blue color represent the natives of Brazil, who always find themselves in funny and curious situations. Its most popular themes are consumerism, corruption and the environment.

- Right: "Please look at me" by Herakut (Germany). German artists Hera (Jasmin Siddiqui, 1981) and Akut (Falk Lehmann, 1977), both with roots in the graffiti scene, joined forces in 2004 and began to create collaborative work under the name of Herakut. In their creative process they try to tell stories and create imaginary worlds. Short quotes, passages or descriptions written next to the figures are references to the life of the character. Their artworks can be found in major cities around the world, from Toronto to Kathmandu, from San Francisco to Melbourne.
(Source: MUBAM)

1 comentario:

William Kendall dijo...

These certainly look like what you'd expect out of street art.