Seb Velasco, Evoca1 & AxelVoid collaborate in Nagua, Dominican Republic

Seb Velasco, Evoca1 & Axel Void recently spent some time in Dominican Republic where they managed to work on this collaboration somewhere on the streets of Nagua. This mural depicts one of the many street dogs in Nagua. It speaks to what quality of life means and a reflection of what time is, and what

Freddy Sam in Nagua, Dominican Republic

South African muralist Freddy Sam recently stopped by the city of Nagua in Dominican Republic to paint for the always excellent ArteSano street art project. This mural is a continuation of a series of paintings exploring interconnectedness and non-duality. The wave knows it is the ocean and the ocean knows it is a wave. The image

Axel Void in Nagua, Dominican Republic

Our friend Axel Void recently spent some time in Dominican Republic where he was invited to paint for the latest edition of the ArteSano Street Art Festival which took place in the city of Nagua. This beautiful and technically impressive mural is based on a photo Axel Void took of Gladys, the grandmother, and Rosibel, the granddaughter

JADE paints a series of new pieces in Rio San Juan, Dominican Republic

Coming straight from Lima in Peru, JADE was also in Dominican Republic for the first edition of the ArteSano Festival curated by Inoperable and Evoca1.The popular Peruvian street artist graced the streets of Rio San Juan with a series of signature murals which are sure to brighten the day of the local residents.Continue reading for

Pixel Pancho & Pastel collaborate on a new piece in Rio San Juan, Dominican Republic

Pixel Pancho and Pastel are still in Dominican Republic for the first edition of the ArteSano Street Art Festival curated by Evoca1 and Inoperable.Painting on the beach of Rio San Juan, the Italian-Argentinean duo quickly worked on this piece which is featuring each artist’s distinctive style. The mural is entitled “Go Home.Continue reading for more

Faith47 and Axel Void collaborate on a new piece in Rio San Juan, Dominican Republic

Seems like collaborations are trendy these days! After painting with Alexis Diaz in Miami for Art Basel, Faith47 is now in Dominican Republic where she teamed up with Axel Void to work on a new street piece.In town for the ArteSano Street Art Festival, the newly formed South African – Spanish duo spent a few

JAZ creates a new mural in Rio San Juan, Dominican Republic

While we last heard from him in Miami for Art Basel 2014, JAZ is now in the Caribbean where he was invited by the ArteSano Street Art Festival organized by Evoca1 and Inoperable.The prolific Argentinean muralist spent a few days working on this vibrant mural which was made using the paper collage technique. This piece

Pastel paints a new street piece in Rio San Juan, Dominican Republic

While we last heard from him in Miami, Pastel is now in the Caribbean where he was invited by the ArteSano Street Art Festival to paint a new piece in Dominican Republic.Painting on the busy streets of Rio San Juan, the Argentinean muralist brought to life a beautiful artwork which is featuring some of his