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Earlier this month, Maya Hayuk was in Germany where she spent a few days working on this indoor piece for her exhibition at the Arty Farty Gallery in Cologne.

Earlier this month, Maya Hayuk was in Germany where she spent a few days working on this indoor piece for her exhibition at the Arty Farty Gallery in Cologne.
The New York City-based artist dropped this fantastic artwork which really pops when being lit under a black light. From her large-scale murals to small works on paper, her obsession with symmetry and nourishing colour play out in what might be seen as views from the Hubble Telescope, airbrushed nail art, Mexican woven blankets, Ukrainian Easter eggs, chandeliers, mandalas, rorschach tests or holograms.
Continue reading for a closer look at this psychedelic artwork and keep your eyes peeled on Street Art News for more fresh updates from Miss Hayuk.

Rom Levy

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