Mural ’15: Curiot creates a large new piece in Montreal, Canada
June 17, 2015
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After bringing you some exclusive in progress images last week, here comes the finished piece for Curiot on the streets of Montreal, Canada.In town for the excellent Mural Festival ’15, it took a week for Curiot and his assistant to complete this large building. Branching away from his traditional technique and style, the Mexican muralist…
Mural ’15: Work In Progress by Curiot in Montreal, Canada
June 10, 2015
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Mexican superstar Curiot is also in Montreal, Canada for the excellent Mural Festival 2015 which is currently taking place along the Boulevard Saint Laurent.Curiot has been hard at work on this large-scale mural which is going to feature some of his signature Mexican folkloric imagery. Branching away from his traditional colorful designs, this mural is…
Curiot paints a new mural in San Francisco, USA
March 29, 2015
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Curiot is currently in California where he just finished working on a massive new piece somewhere on the streets of San Francisco.In town for his solo exhibition “Down the Rabbit Hole with Neon Lights” at Fecal Face Gallery, the Mexican artist dropped a beautiful signature piece showing one of his surreal creatures combined with Mexican…
Curiot and Nosego collaborate on a new mural in Baton-Rouge, Louisiana
December 2, 2014
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Curiot and Nosego are currently in North America where they were invited to paint a new collaboration on the streets of Baton-Rouge in Louisiana for the Museum Of Public Art.The Museum of Public Art is dedicated to creating, promoting, and exhibiting public art. We are using art for community development, cultural awareness and social change…
Curiot New Mural – Portland, Oregon
August 29, 2014
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Along with Faith47, Curiot was also part of this year’s lineup for the excellent Forest For The Trees street art project in Portland, Oregon.As usual with the Mexican muralist, he quickly worked his way through this beautiful and colourful signature piece showing some of his surreal creatures combined with Mexican folklore patterns and masks.Forest For…
Curiot, Nosego, Tristan Eaton & More For PangeaSeed – Isla Mujeres, Mexico
August 6, 2014
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The good lads at PangeaSeed just wrapped up an amazing series of murals in Isla Mujeres, Mexico with 15 international contemporary street artists including Tristan Eaton, Shark Toof, Tatiana Suarez, Saner, Meggs, Vexta, Curiot, Nosego and more.  PangeaSeed’s mission is to contribute to the protection of sharks, our oceans and marine life by undertaking actions that…
Curiot x Jason Botkin New Collaboration – Holbox Island, Mexico
February 21, 2014
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Curiot and Jason Botkin were recently invited in Mexico to paint this new piece for the IPAF on the island of Holbox, a true Caribbean treasure, located in the northern part of the Yucatan Peninsula.IPAF’s main goal is to build a space that enriches the artistic creation, the cultural and the touristic offer in the…
Curiot New Street Art Piece – Mexico City
January 17, 2014
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While we last heard from him last month with Nosego in Los Angeles (covered), Curiot is now in Mexico where he just wrapped up this new vegan-friendly mural on the streets of Mexico City.The Mexican street artist just dropped one of his highly-distinctive and hyper-detailed creatures for the locals to enjoy. It’s always refreshing to…
Curiot x Nosego New Mural – Compton, Los Angeles
December 16, 2013
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Curiot and Nosego are currently in California where they just wrapped up this new collaboration in Compton, a city in southern Los Angeles County.In town for a show at Thinkspace Gallery, the newly formed duo quickly painted this amazing new piece which is featuring each artist’s unique creatures. This project was made possible thanks to Branded…
Curiot “Quetzen-tul con una canica más” New Mural – Mexico City
November 7, 2013
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Curiot is still in Mexico where he just wrapped up this massive new piece for a new project called “Lienzo Capital” created by Museo del Juguete (MUJAM) and the Instituto de la Juventud DF (InjuveDF). Entitled “Quetzen-tul con una canica más”, the Mexican painter dropped one of his highly-distinctive creatures for the locals to enjoy.…