“Rewilding” Nuart Aberdeen Festival 2022
June 20, 2023
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Street artists and muralists from across the World once again descended on Aberdeen for the 2023 Nuart Festival. 12 artists created eight new painted murals alongside four street works which primarily featuring paste up and poster art. It marked another successful return to Aberdeen for Nuart who were celebrating their sixth year of working with…
“La Guerra Comienza Aqui” by Escif in Valencia, Spain
March 4, 2022
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Street artist Escif created a new intervention in collaboration with the Center Delàs d’Estudis per la Pau. The mural ““La Guerra Comienza Aqui” which translates to “The War Starts Here” focuses on the economic component behind all wars: the military industry has much to gain in a climate of conflict and armed violence, and also has…
Banksy – Gross Domestic Product Store – Open Now!
October 17, 2019
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Gross Domestic Product – The homewares brand from Banksy™ Straight out of the gate, several rules for the homeware store set a semi-serious tone for the buyers, perhaps aimed at putting off the rabid hordes of eBay flippers, perhaps at least acknowledging them. The warnings are as follows… How it works The shop is not first come,…
The Crystal Ship 2019: Escif in Oostende, Belgium
April 4, 2019
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As a pre-opener of The Crystal Ship Edition 2019, Escif visit the city of Oostende where he spent a few days working on two new murals. The Spanish artist created two superb pieces including “No Border”, a borderless rendition of Tintin and Snowy, a famous Belgian comic character. The second artwork is entitled “Save The…
“BREAKING NEWS” by Escif in Panjim, India
May 16, 2017
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Our good friend Escif has just unveiled his two new pieces, he called the first one called “WILD CAT TAMED” and the second one “DEMONETISATION”. I spend almost one month in Panjim. Every morning, with my breakfast, I get used to read different local newspapers (The Navhind Times, O Heraldo, The Goan,…). I get addicted to…
“Free Painting” by Escif in Panjim, India
May 9, 2017
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Trying to get involved in the Indian Panjim community, Escif decided to get a job there. He bought some brushes and good paint… and started walking on the streets offering his skills as a professional painter. In order to promote himself and start getting good jobs he decided to offer his services for free. He put his hands and…
“Subvertisers International” ad takeovers in 12 countries
March 29, 2017
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Over 60 internationally recognised street & visual artists including Hyuro, Escif, David De La Mano and Robert Montgomery have taken part in the world’s first coordinated ad takeover in 12 countries as part of #SubvertTheCity – a week of creative action that saw artists and the public imagining a world beyond consumerism. The artworks installed…
“Blood For Oil” by Escif in Valencia
April 21, 2016
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Escif is back on the streets of Valencia in Spain with a brand new artwork which is entitled “Blood For Oil”. As usual with the Spanish artist, he brought to life some of his socio-political charged art with this awesome piece showing a soldier using a petrol gun as his weapon of choice. Not much words needed…
“American Piss (Peace)” a new piece by Escif at Dismaland in Weston-Super-Mare, UK
August 23, 2015
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Escif is also part of “Dismaland Bemusement Park” which is curated by Banksy and taking place at the Tropicana in Weston-Super-Mare, UK.The Spanish street artist created this pretty funny piece which showing the Statue Of Liberty’s broken hand and dubbed “American Piss (Peace)”. Alternatively, the piece is also a toilet sign. After several discarded proposals,…
“To Break A Plate For Greece”, Escif latest mural in Tommarp, Sweden
July 16, 2015
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Escif just sent us some fresh images from his latest street work / experiment which just took place on the streets of Tommarp in Sweden. The Spanish artist sent us the following statement with the pictures which explains his idea behind the piece. Historians are not agreeing on where the Greek tradition of breaking plates comes…