“Dionysus” is the title of the newest piece by Lonac, painted during the recently finished Graffiti Na Gradele festival in Bol, Croatia. This large mural is another meticulously rendered portrait by the Croatian realistic artists depicting the “god of hedonism and street art”. Following the relaxing vibe of the event as well as it’s focus on
Couple of days ago Lonac finished his latest mural in Grenoble, France, for recently held Grenoble Street Art Fest. “Mockingbirds” was done in artist’s signature hyper realistic style and includes a portrait of his friend while playing an instrument. Nicely composing the image within the format and the wall he was given, the Croatian artist painted the
International graffiti artist network Wallskar, recently hosted a graffiti and food festival “Another Side” in Nanxian county in the province of Hunan, China. Aiming to bridge the Chinese graffiti with the global graffiti art scene the organizers invited a nice selection of international writers, including Croatian artist Lonac. During his first visit to Asia Zagreb-based artist
Wrapping up his first US trip, Lonac stopped in NYC back in December to paint one of his signature mutant fish pieces on the streets of the city that never sleeps. Taking advantage of the mild winter weather the Croatin artist battled the crowds by spending couple of early mornings working on his last piece for
Last seen painting in his homeland of Croatia, Lonac was recently spending some time working on his 1st ever mural stateside. Invited by the Canvas festival in West Palm beach, Croatian artist another striking realistic piece showing that scale is definitely not an issue for him. The piece titled “I lost my shoe when I
Zagreb-based artists Lonac and Chez 186 recently finished their collaboration mural “Technicolor Dream” done for the local Ohoho Festival. The artist spent almost one month working on and off on a piece that can be seen and enjoyed @ AKC Medika at Pierottijeva 11 in Zagreb. The finished work is mixing Lonac’s recognizable photo realistic style with
Croatian artist Lonac recently visited coastal town of Rijeka to participate in the ongoing Spajalica public art project by the local Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. After working 7 long days on a wall measuring 8x4m, Zagreb-based artist completed one of his most impressive photorealistic pieces so far, inspired by the local ship building industry history.
Lonac recently hopped from his hometown of Zagreb to nearby Sisak to participate in the local Re:Think Sisak 2016 event. Battling some technical difficulties Croatian artist spent 2 weeks working on the newest photorealistic masterpiece titled “Off You Go”. One of his largest murals to date depicts two hands releasing a large stag beetle from
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