The Crystal Ship Recap 2018
May 18, 2018
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Over the past couple of weeks we have been following the works in progress from the international participating artists to the 2018 Edition of The Crystal Ship in Ostend, Belgium, curated by Bjørn Van Poucke. With over 50 murals and interventions throughout the city, it’s the largest mural festival in Europe and open air museum.…
Gaia New Mural – Istanbul, Turkey
August 14, 2014
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Gaia recently spent some time in Istanbul taking part @ Language of the Wall project organized by the Pera Museum, a private museum in the Tepebaşı quarter of the Beyoğlu district. As a part of this project, he recently finished this large mural overlooking the Bosphorus. Painting a full bleed piece on a difficult surface,…
Gaia x Cyrcle New Mural – Vienna, Austria
July 28, 2014
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Gaia and Cyrcle are currently in Europe where they just finished working on this collab somewhere on the streets of Vienna in Austria.Invited by Cash Cans and Candy, the newly formed duo quickly worked their way through this piece which is featuring each artist’s distinctive style and imagery. The piece features as its central focus…
Gaia x Nanook x Ozmo x Matt Cogdil New Mural – Atlanta, USA
June 17, 2014
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Gaia recently took part at Living Walls fest in Atlant, with this large collaboration wall with Nanook, Ozmo and Matt Cogdil. In his familiar style, “Boundary” is a collage of different images, elements and symbols of the city and area that the mural was painted in.From three warped Bierstadt paintings with a fade of Mayor…
Gaia “Frontiers” New Mural – Baltimore, USA
March 31, 2014
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Here comes the finished wall for Open Walls Baltimore 2 by the legendary Gaia in the arts district of Station North.Entitled ‘Frontiers’, the piece features a figure, modeled by Gaia’s friend Fruit, with projections of the newly constructed Angelos Law Center, and Bierstadt’s ‘Looking Down Yosemite Valley, California’ (1865), fading into the Giambologna mercury figure.…
Gaia “Kurema, Kureba, Kwiga” New Mural – Baltimore, USA
January 31, 2014
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Gaia recently stopped by Southwest Baltimore, USA where he spent a few days working on this sweet new piece.The American street artist dropped “Kurema, Kureba, Kwiga”, a beautiful Mandela memorial in Sowebo which you will be able to find on Mchenry street. This piece was painted for the @colourikamva project in Rwanda and @marthacoopergram s…
Gaia “il piccone demolitore e risanatore” New Mural – Rome, Italy
November 5, 2013
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Inspiredd by Girgio De Chirico, this huge wallpainting by Gaia represents the relationship between identity and function in the building process of the city. A figure from Foro Italico sits in the foreground adjacent to a bunch of rotting bananas and “The Cloud” designed by Fuksas currently under construction in EUR.In the background is a…
Gaia New Murals In Sheboygan, USA
August 27, 2013
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Gaia recently visited Wisconsin, USA to paint for the Connecting Communities Project at the John Michael Kohler Art Center in Sheboygan.The American street artist had enough time to paint several new artworks including some rather nice and original landscape portraits.Take a look at all the pieces after the click and let us know which one is…
Gaia New Mural In Rochester, USA
July 28, 2013
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Gaia is currently in Rochester where he just wrapped up this new piece for the Wall Therapy Festival.“Commerce is swifter than culture” is a repeat pattern of the xerox tower, the aqueduct building, and the mercury figure that dominates the Rochester landscape in eight and a half by eleven format.The statue of mercury on broad…
Gaia New Mural In Richmond, USA
July 19, 2013
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Constantly travelling the world, Gaia is now back in the states where he just completed this new mural somewhere on the streets of Richmond, USA.In town for the Richmond Mural Project, the American artist painted this beautiful piece entitled “To Conquer is To Live/A Portrait of John Smith Overlooking the James River.”