Spanish muralist Aryz has been super busy this year, jumping from one huge wall to another, creating masterpieces all over the place. He was recently in Vilnius, Lithuania, taking part in their first edition of Vilnius Street Art Festival with this great new mural.
After couple of impressive figurative murals he created earlier, he decided to go with this more abstract, pattern like mural. The title “Kaip Nežmogus”, refers to a writing that was done on the same wall some months ago, and means “as nonhuman”. The mural looks like a spread out zoetrope cylinder, containing various symbols, with a repetitive horse image and horse skeleton. In his signature style, the colors used are pastel ones and are blending perfectly with the surrounding, and the brush strokes are intentionally left noticeable, giving the mural an illustration-like feel.
“Sometimes while you are working on a piece you already know it’s not going to be great, but you have to finish it. I started working on this wall with no sketch of what it was going to be… and I think I learned the leason”
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