Da Mental Vaporz artist, BLO, extends an invitation into the subconscious world. A variation from a poem by Baudelaire, “Anywhere Out Of This World”, his solo exhibition in Paris at Galerie 42B is entitled “Anywhere, Out Of This Mind”. As he explains, “The main direction of creation was to go back to figurative and fragment/destroy it with abstraction, I
French artist Ludo returned to the streets of France with two new pieces that popped up in the city of Paris. Ludo created his own Parisian wine with “Chateau De Ludo”, the artwork shows an oversized wine-bottle dressed up with his trademark skull-grape design. Discover another bonus artwork below and then head over to our
Ahead of his awaited solo exhibition Fornever at Galerie Itinerrance opening next week, British artist D*Face is back to Paris and currently painting a new mural in the 13th district. Here are some pics of the work in progress after the jump.
One of the most recognizable street and contemporary artist nowadays goes by the name of Ludo. His hybrid creatures mixing nature and technology draw attention to the influence that man-made machines have on our environment. Using as many as three primary colors – black, white and his trademark fluorescent green – Ludo tackles a wonderful
French duo Monkeybird just wrapped up an impressive piece of work in Paris for a collaboration between Nanterre University and the Musée du Louvre… This project born for the 50th anniversary of May 1968 (Nanterre University it’s was a crucial place for the philosophy of May 1968). The goal for this project was to use art piece from
French artist Ludo just returned to the streets of Paris in France with a striking fresh new piece. Entitled “R.I.P Banking System”, Ludo probably created the first large crypto-currency artwork. The piece is straightforward and shows a blooming Bitcoin flowers over funerary stones from the British pound, the US dollar, the Japanese yen, and the Euro.
Our friend Ludo just sent us a batch of super fresh images of his newest pieces that just appeared on the streets of Paris. Working primarily with Grey scale and green, the French artist brought to life some large and impressive artworks. As usual with Ludo, his works are striking when you encounter them in
Michel Lauricella and Jean-Dominique Ferrucci are back with another paste-up on their home, Paris streets. Located on Rue des 2 Avenues, this piece is dedicated to migrants and it took the artists two long, rainy and cold nights to put up. We wanted to make a work about migrants. Because migrants are a symptom of
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