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Colectivo Licuado is an artistic duo from Montevideo in Uruguay, created 5 years ago with Florencia Durán and Camilo Nunez. Mastering spray paint with a hyperrealistic style, their creations juxtaposes culture and traditions of the environment in which they work with their own style and a touch of art nouveau: skin tones, drapes, lighting and shadows are surreal.

For the Crystal Ship Festival, Colectivo Licuado paid tribute to Ostend, the city by the Sea.
With their mural featuring two women, they wanted to illustrate a balance between the calm and the storm at Sea.
The standing tall blond girl represents storms drawing strings of winds, while the seated brunette is peaceful and having a protecting hand on the boat.

Check pics of the work in progress below.


Photo Credit: Butterfly Art News

 

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Curious and passionate about contemporary art, street art and graffiti, Butterfly has been documenting the creative process of international artists from studios visits, interviews to gallery openings, acting as independent photojournalist, writer and curator.