Herakut ‘Masters Of Wrong’ at Corey Helford Gallery
March 24, 2016
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‘Do It! (Bad Decisions Are Contagious)’ Spraypaint + acrylic paint + charcoal on canvas HERAKUT’s new solo show “Masters of Wrong” opens this Saturday at the Corey Helford Gallery in downtown Los Angeles. Featuring over 20 paintings, the exhibit includes some installations that incorporate works created onsite. The duo, consisting of HERA (Jasmin Siddiqui) and AKUT (Falk Lehman),…
Herakut & M-City collaborate on a large mural in Sao Paulo, Brazil
October 23, 2015
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The O.Bra festival recently took place on the streets of Sao Paulo, Brazil where a stellar line-up of artists beautified the streets through a series of large mural.Focusing on the art of collaboration, Herakut and M-City joined forces to create this huge artwork showing some of Herakut’s signature characters wearing ultra-detailed hats designed by M-City.…
Herakut paints a new piece in Paris for Proj256
October 15, 2015
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Hera and Akut from Herakut recently visited Paris to create a new piece for the launch of a non-profit campaign Proj 256. Known for their social engagement worldwide, German art duo painted a portrait of a local homeless man Karim in hope to help him ease his every day life.The idea of this original project…
Herakut creates a new mural in Rome, Italy
October 2, 2015
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German duo Herakut spent some time in sunny Italy where they had the chance to work on the side of a huge building in Rome.In town for the Street Heart project, the duo created this beautiful piece entitled “In our moment of need we rely on the family of humans. I wished we could remember these…
“Eyes Of Gaza” by Akut in Palestine
July 16, 2015
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They say that the eyes are the organs of asking. But after certain horrendous events, eyes tell stories that live in a place beyond words.” -Greg BealsTo tell the story of children and people living in Gaza Strip, one must go beyond the statistics to see the human cost of conflict and look at the…
Akut from Herakut creates a large new mural in Amman, Jordan
June 21, 2015
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While we last heard from him a few weeks ago in Hawaii, Akut from Herakut is now in Jordan where he just finished working on a large mural in Amman.AKUT & AptArt worked with UNHCR to share the voice of displaced people from various nations. Together with youth and young adults they painted this artwork…
“If I Knew The World Ended Tomorrow, I’d Still Plant An Apple Tree” a massive mural by Herakut in Berlin
May 12, 2015
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After Phlegm earlier this month, Berlin and the One Wall Project curated by Urban Nation are  welcoming another lovely new addition to their murals’ collection.German duo Herakut spent a few days up high on their cherry picker to work on this gigantic building and the result is a signature piece by Hera and Akut. Entitled “If…
Art Basel ’14: Herakut paints a massive mural in Wynwood, Miami
December 8, 2014
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Along the opening of their exhibition at Mana in Wynwood, Herakut also rocked the streets of Miami with a brand new piece.Entitled “I Dreamt I Was a Human. It Was a… Nightmare”, the German street art duo once again dropped an impressive artwork. Albeit dark in nature, the imagery found in Herakut’s works is striking, conveying…
Herakut “Once upon a time” a new mural for WallCome Festival in Schmalkalden, Germany
September 23, 2014
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While we last heard from them last August in Turkey, Herakut are now back in Germany where they just finished working on this new piece for the WallCome Festival.Painting on the streets of Schmalkalden, the German street art duo painted this signature piece which is entitled “Once upon a time”. Herakut’s artwork takes place once upon…
Herakut New Mural – Istanbul, Turkey
August 19, 2014
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Herakut recently stopped by Turkey to participate in a group exhibition at the Pera Müzesi Museum in Istanbul.The German street art duo worked on a stunning indoor installation and a beautiful outdoor mural which is entitled “Imagine We Had To Teach Our Children Never To Laugh Again”. Albeit dark in nature, the imagery found in Herakut’s works…