Auster Spray presents a documentary series that will take us to get to know the Graffiti and Street art talents of the wonderful Latin America continent. The first chapter starts with Colombian stencil artist STINKFISH, who has traveled around the world painting incredible murals and recording his travels through photography.
Colombian artist Stinkfish stopped by Albania where he was invited by the Mural Fest to create a new piece on the streets of Tirana. Specialized in large-scale portraiture, Stinkfish once again created a monumental fresco featuring a stenciled portrait of a young girl. His signature abstractions can be seen on her face and dress against
Stinkfish just sent us some images from his latest mural which was just completed on the streets of Codazzi in Colombia. Painting for the Dictador Art Masters project, the Colombian artist brought to life another of his signature stencil-based portraits. Next up for Stinkfish is his upcoming exhibition “Material Borders” that will be opening this Wednesday
Stinkfish just sent us a bunch of images from his latest mural which he recently painted in the district of La Soledad in Bogota, Colombia. The South American muralist brought to life another of his large-scale signature portraits with this depiction of a young girl. The piece was painted using stencils and free-handed colorful abstractions.
The one and only Stinkfish is back on the streets of his hometown, Bogota with a large new mural that just appeared on one of the buildings of a social housing in the south of the city, in the neightborhood of Galicia. As usual with the Colombian street artist, he brought to life one of his
In April and May 2016, street artists Stinkfish, Mazatl and Kill Joy visited the Lenca indigenous communities in Intibucà and San Francisco Lempira in Honduras. The expedition was the first part of an independent street art initiative, the Cuma Project, whose aim is to support people and communities of Latin America who face injustices due
Our friend Stinkfish recently spent some time in the Caribbean where he brought to life some of his signature stencil-based imagery. Painting on the beautiful Saint Kitts and Nevis Island, the famed Colombian muralist worked with local school students to create these collaborative artworks. Take a look at more images after the break and keep
Colombian painter and muralist Stinkfish is back at home in Colombia where he spent a few days on the streets of Manizales. In town for the Narrativas Urbanas street art festival, the talented artist brought to life some of his signature stencil-based imagery for the locals to enjoy. Stinkfish’s work is based on street photography and
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