Hyuro, a street artist from Argentina…
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Valencia, Spain, 2010
Great street art!
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The destination of our first trip in Malaysia outside of KL was Penang — Pearl of the Orient. George Town, Penang’s capital city, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, recognized for having a unique architectural and cultural townscape without parallel anywhere in East and Southeast Asia. You can spend hours and hours wondering around the narrow streets of the old city, and I have many pictures to share in a later post…but first, my favorite part — the street art:
Interesting art and great shot!
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Some are ugly. Others like this can be an icon for poignant reflection. Art at its most raw. All graffiti is born from social renewal and frustrations. It’s anger, and sometimes hurt, in a can. In Jakarta, its a signature. Repaint your walls endless times, it comes back stronger. Like the city.
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Julien Malland is a French street artist that started traveling the world in 2003. His paintings are found all over the world, and in some of the most surprising places.
Very interesting one!
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Phnom Penh, Cambodia has a similar urban plan or view with Jakarta in Indonesia. Everything looks really crowded, dusty and a lot of vehicles. The only difference recently is there are some new arts on the street made by the infamous street artist Seth Globepainter. Ah, lucky Cambodia! I hoped that he came to Jakarta instead. Anyway, his recent arts tell a story about Cambodia culture and social life. Think about girls with um… tattoos while she is praying, tribal patterns and some really scary religious masks (we have some too in Bali).
I really like them, but I always imagine that different artists especially the ones from other countries should also give a painting or an exotic-slash-original touches from his country to make people learn and understand different cultures. It’s great to paint the Cambodia cultures and origins, but I think it’s like giving a mirror to someone. You make them see their own reflections, the reflections that they really familiar with and don’t need stranger to point it out for them. Maybe Seth can paint a boy eating a hamburger or whatever he thinks very Western (or very him) and suitable for walls of Cambodia. I am sure people will like it and learn a lot from it.
Taken from Unurth
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Action, weirdness, all the things I like lol.
Very interesting one!
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You know what comes next buddy…
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Street artist Hanksy is back in action with more of his classic witty work in Los Angeles and Chicago. From Bi-curious George, (Curious George/Clooney), to Brick Moranis, (Red Brick/Rick Moranis), his signature style is sure to put a smile on your face. Information relayed thanks to Krause Gallery.
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I had the incredible opportunity to visit a friend in Chile on my way home for the holidays and albeit short, it was an amazing trip. Flying into Santiago, it took about an hour and a half bus ride to get to the beach town of Vina Del Mar where my friend was living, but we spent a considerable amount of time in neighboring Valparaiso. ’Valpo’ as it is often called, is a beautiful town on the hillside with stunning colors and architecture and most notably, intricate street art. I was so floored by some of the details and vibrant images we came across that I found myself continuously apologizing for stopping and slowing us down to take pictures. Luckily, it was just my friend and I with no agenda so we got to wander aimlessly as long as our hearts desired. Also noteworthy while in Chile were all the incredible things we ate, but I never made it long enough to snap a picture before my inner fat kid got the best of me, whoops. I’m looking at you, chorillanas, barros lucos, alfajors, empanadas, y sopaipillas. It’s really a wonder I didn’t have to pay for an extra seat on the flight home. Anyway, here are some photos of the amazing street art that stopped me in my tracks.
Looks like a very beautiful town!
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The paint may chip
The paint may peel
But it doesn’t affect the way
This painting on the wall
Makes me feel
Eat, pray, love and embrace all of the innocent children of the world!
Great mural and message !
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