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“Off You Go” New Mural by Lonac in Sisak, Croatia

July 16, 2016
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Lonac recently hopped from his hometown of Zagreb to nearby Sisak to participate in the local Re:Think Sisak 2016 event. Battling some technical difficulties Croatian artist spent 2 weeks working on the newest photorealistic masterpiece titled “Off You Go”.

One of his largest murals to date depicts two hands releasing a large stag beetle from a jar. The peaceful image that brings back the childhood memories was done with a lot of grey negative space that emphasizes the image, on a 5 story residential building in central Sisak. Using spray paint, the artist once again proved his fantastic skills to turn the rough facade into a silky smooth photo realistic image filled with difficult imagery. Organized with the idea of creating a new visual identity for the community a former industrial center, the realization of the Re:Think festival was generously helped by the local firemen that borrowed their truck to create the large works.

Check out more progress photos after the jump and let us know what you think about this latest work by Lonac in our comment section.

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