Animated Buses by Artur Shirin in Kaunas, Lithuania
October 3, 2019
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Our friend Artur Shirin, recently completed a series of unusual canvases on the streets of Kaunas in Lithuania. Hand-painting 5 old “Škoda” trolleybuses in the city centre, the Lithuanian street-artist created a series of animated murals that feature some of his signature illustrative imagery. Each theme is based on old items from Kaunas city that used to…
Os Gemeos creates a new mural in Vilnius, Lithuania
September 22, 2015
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Brazilian twins Os Gemeos came back to Lithuania with a very personal mission, to pay respect for their grandfather who is of Lithuanian descent.In their mural for the always excellent Vilnius Street Art Festival, the two brothers incorporated a picture of their grandfather sitting in a palm of a colourful giant – a very recognisable…
Sepe & Chazme unveil a new mural for Vilnius Street Art Festival in Lithuania
September 2, 2015
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After Mobstr a few days ago, Sepe & Chazme have now completed their collaborative mural on the streets of Vilnius in Lithuania.The talented Polish street art duo created this beautiful new addition to the always excellent Vilnius Street Art Festival. The mural is called “Corest Fity”, an allusion to the lost relation between the people…
Mobstr unveils a giant mural in Vilnius, Lithuania
August 30, 2015
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Mobstr is currently in Lithuania where he was invited to create some of his unique work by the good lads from the excellent Vilnius Street Art Festival.Innovative, brash, satirical and often bold, these are the words to describe the work of world renowned street artist Mobstr. From Newcastle, Mobstr sometimes tells stories through his work…
Millo unveils a new mural in Vilnius, Lithuania
August 27, 2015
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Our friend Millo is now in Eastern Europe where he just finished working on a brand new piece somewhere on the streets of Vilnius, Lithuania.In town for the third edition of the Vilnius Street Art Festival, the Italian artist created his very first site-specific mural incorporating exsisting windows and other architectural details into the monochromic…
Morfai “I Stole The Moon”, new street installation in Kaunas, Lithuania
January 6, 2015
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“I Stole The Moon” is the latest street installation brought to us by the talented Lithuanian artist Morfai somewhere on the streets of his hometown, Kaunas, the second-largest city in Lithuania.Using Wooden frames, polyethylene sheets, tape and a mix of torch and led flashlights, Morfai literally stole the moon with this brilliant and super clever installation.Continue reading…
Aryz New Mural – Vilnius, Lithuania
September 19, 2014
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Spanish muralist Aryz has been super busy this year, jumping from one huge wall to another, creating masterpieces all over the place. He was recently in Vilnius, Lithuania, taking part in their first edition of Vilnius Street Art Festival with this great new mural.After couple of impressive figurative murals he created earlier, he decided to go…
Ernest Zacharevic New Mural – Kaunas, Lithuania
April 12, 2014
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Ernest Zacharevic was busy last week participating in laudable Made Correction project @ The Kaunas Youth Correctional and Interrogation Facility. The idea of this project is to help gauge the impact art might had on its youth offenders. In order to do so, the organizers are inviting different artists to the facility, and have them work…
Ernest Zacharevic New Mural In Vilnius, Lithuania
September 4, 2013
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After his recent trip in Italy (covered), Ernest Zacharevic was recently in Lithuania where he spent a few days working on this new piece in Vilnius.In town for the Vilnius Street Art Festival, the young artist painted some of his signature playful imagery with this mural showing a bunch of kids playing rope games.Make sure…
Clemens Behr x Low Bros New Installation In Šventoji, Lithuania
August 17, 2013
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Clemens Behr uses the simplest materials to create complex ephemeral architectures, Which fill gallery spaces with origami-like structures. Working with recycled materials and basic geometric forms, Behr dreams up installations did result in subtle confusions between 2D painting and 3D objects.Visiting the Satta Outside Festival in Šventoji, Lithuania, the German artist teamed up with brk and…