Sabek, Spanish based artist, recently visited Napier in New Zealand to paint a corrugated wall for Sea Walls, Artists for Oceans public art project. Painting this wall Sabek is portraying overfishing, and how that affects the ocean and everything that inhabits it. Main character on this corrugated wall is the big blue whale, and Sabek painted it as
Our friend Onur just returned from Napier in New Zealand where he was invited to paint for the Oceans Festival organized by PangeaSeed and Seawalls. He created this stunning piece of work which is entitled “Last Island”. Summer and winter are inching closer, the four seasons melting together. Due to climate warming, to which we
Rustam Qbic recently finished his latest large scale mural titled “Recycling Kingdom”, for Seawalls Projects by Pangeaseed Foundation in Napier, New Zealand. Slightly stepping away from his signature imagery and color palette, Rusian artist painted an environmentally focused image that is paying tribute to human’s relationship and dependence on our oceans. Using spray paint and acrylic
James Bullough just returned from New Zealand for the SeaWalls project hosted by Pangeaseed where he created this wonderful piece of work. ‘Pania’ is the legendary protector of the reef in local Maori folklore and is believed to live in the waters off the coast of Napier NZ, the city where he painted her portrait. James
Askew thought long & hard about a name for his Sea Walls mural in Napier & one word constantly rang true during the week, it was Kaitiaki – it’s the Māori word for guardianship of air, land & sea. With his mural, he was attempting to address several interrelated issues. Everything is connected because we live on
While we last heard from her in South Africa earlier this month, Faith47 is now in New Zealand where she just wrapped a new piece on the streets of Dunedin in New Zealand. Entitled “2500 -2450 BC”, this romantic artwork is the third installation of her “7.83 MHZ Frequency” that we last saw in Cape
While we last heard from him in Wellington a few days ago, Phlegm is still in New Zealand where he just finished yet another fantastic new piece somewhere on the streets of Dunedin. The popular British street artist worked a few days to paint this piece showing some of his signature fantastical characters riding a Moa bird.
Phlegm is currently in New Zealand where he was invited to bring his magic to the lovely streets of Wellington. Painting for the Wellington Street Art event, the British artist created some of his signature imagery for the locals to enjoy. The building he painted made sound heads for movie projectors. The building owner still had
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