“Fragile” by Dulk in Jacó, Costa rica

This new street art piece by Dulk in South America is based on a true story about a mistreated toucan found in Costa rica three years ago named “Grecia”. Her story made headlines worldwide after surviving an alleged attack that destroyed most of its upper beak. The toucan received the first 3D print prosthetic beak

“Le renard et le corbeau” by Dulk in Saint Dié des Vosges, France

Dulk aka Antonio Segura Donat has just sent us some images of his latest wall that he painted in Saint Dié des Vosges, France. The mural is located in a mountain region of France and it’s based in a interpretation of one of the fables of the famous french writer Jean de la Fontaine, “Le renard et

“The Poacher” by Dulk for Pow! Wow! Long Beach in California

Dulk aka Antonio Segura Donat has just sent in some images of his latest wall that he painted in Long Beach, California. Known for his murals of extinct animas and global warming – this is another mural touching on the subject of poachers, with the mural being called “The Poacher”. ​Modern-day poaching is no longer about taking one

“The last winter” by Dulk in Churchill, Canada

The growing melting of the Arctic, caused by global warming, threatens the survival of polar bears. Polar bears need ice to walk, hunt and breastfeed their young. If there is no ice there is no rest, no food, and death begins to persecute them. The melting of the blocks forces them to swim for hundreds of

Dulk creates a new mural called “Where we used to scream” in Wittenberg, Germany

Dulk aka Antonio Segura Donat has just sent in some images of his latest wall that he painted in Wittenberg, Germany. It was supported by Kura Fest. This mural is return to the source to continue the legacy and rest in piece, this would be a paradigm of a salmon’s life. Salmon coming back to an

“The Tortoise & Harriet” by Dulk in Denver

“The Tortoise & Harriet” is Dulk’s latest Urban wall which was just finished today in Denver, Colorado for the first edition of the Colorado Crush street art festival. The Spanish street artist painted this vibrant illustrative piece which is a modern take on a classic tale. The wall and story was inspired by The Tortoise and the Hare

Sebas Velasco & Dulk collaborate in Torreblanca, Spain

Old friends Sebas Velasco and Dulk, recently joined their brushes and cans to create a large new collaboration mural in Torreblanca, Spain. Invited over as a part of the local Museum unfinished art urban (MIAU) and Department of Culture’s public art program, the two artists finished their newest piece over the weekend. Painting on a

“Save Yourself”, a new mural by Dulk in Santander, Spain

Dulk recently spent some time on the streets of Santander in Spain where he was invited to work on a new piece by the good lads from Desvelarte. This new festival has the aim of showing and promoting urban artists and artistic groups of the national and international scene.After a few days of work, the