French street artist Etien, recently travelled to Dubai where he was invited to paint a new piece for the fourth edition of the Dubai Canvas 3D Art Festival. Known for his stunning 3D anamorphic street art works, Etien brought to life this hyper-realistic piece showing two vibrant floating fish. The jar’s transparency effect showcase Etien’s
German street artist Case Ma’Claim recently stopped by the district of Jumeirah in Dubai, United Arab Emirates where he was invited to paint a new mural. In town for Dubai Canvas 2018 event, Case brought to life another large hyper-realistic piece of work which shows an Emirati fisherman carrying a giant Tuna on his back.
Our friend Bikismo recently spent some time in the United Arab Emirate where he was invited to paint for the Dubai Canvas 2018 event. The Puerto Rican muralist spent a few days working under the intense heat to create some of his signature imagery for the locals to enjoy. The end-result is once again very
When you find yourself immersed in the spectacular you never forget it. The vast unfathomable clusters of stars surrounding our pale blue dot leading us into the unknown, remind us of this awesome mystery every time we look up. It filters into our atmosphere and fills us with an immeasurable awe, one we cannot comprehend.
Norwegian artist Martin Whatson recently visited the streets of Dubai for the Dubai Street Museum organised by Brand Dubai and curated by Rom Levy and Sanaz Askari. Juxtapozing the curated theme of “The Past”, Martin spent a few days working on this large mural showing the traditional art of picking dates from Palm Trees. The
Kan from the Da Mental Vaporz Crew recently visited the city of Dubai where he was in town to take place in the first phase of the Dubai Street Museum Project curated by Rom Levy and Sanaz Askari in partnership with Brand Dubai. Geared with Montana Gold Spray Paint, the French artist used his unique
Over the years Vincent Abadie Hafez aka Zepha practice has expanded from its urban beginnings to the gallery wall, but a responsiveness to the built environment, borne of a deep study of each locale, remains central. For this new body of paintings, the artist uses a superplasticizer mixed with cement, rubble, and sand from the
French artist Vincent Abadie Hafez aka Zepha recently spent some time in the United Arab Emirates for the Dubai Street Museum project organized by Brand Dubai and curated by Rom Levy and Sanaz Askari. Bringing his unique Street Art to Dubai, Zepha spent a few days up high on his swing stage geared with his
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