In November Guido Van Helten and Fintan Magee travelled to Tehran, the capital city of Iran. This was the first time foreign artists had been commissioned to work in the country. The work marks the 50th year anniversary of the opening of the Australian Embassy in Iran and the project unfortunately started on the day
Icy and Sot is a duo from Iran, the two brothers are passionate about skateboarding, video games and graffiti, the two young artists (25 and 19) work is often a response to the authoritarian principles of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s regime.As usual with the duo, this fresh new piece focuses on youth and just appeared somewhere on
Iran-based muralists, Icy and Sot just completed this brilliant new piece on the streets of Tabriz, Iran.Their work often relates to peace, war, love, hate, hope, despair, children, human rights or the Iranian culture and as usual with the two brothers this new wall is right on point.
Credited with having introduced street art to the Islamic world,, Iranian artist A1one is back with another fresh new mural in Tehran.His colorful, intricate scrawls on Tehran’s walls artfully blend Persian / Arabic calligraphy with current street culture and we hope to see more from him soon!
In 2010, Iran president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad declared a ban on key American companies and those that do business with Israel, on the blacklist are Coca-Cola, IBM, Intel and Nestle.The Iranian duo, Icy and Sot decided to import a giant can of Coca-Cola with this new piece that was completed earlier today somewhere in Tabriz
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