He grew up in Ecuador, currently resides and works in Berlin. He is deeply influenced by early 1900s painters, modernism, Russian suprematism, contemporary culture, and everyday observations between different cities and societies. Rather than a statement, his work is an open invitation for viewers to adapt and interact within the space and atmosphere.
An artist who has internationalized his personal imagination through his various works of urban art, installations, ceramics and painting, recreating his own universe for the enjoyment of all that remains of humanity.
Medianeras murales is a magical duo made up of Vanesa Galdeano (Architect) and Anali Chanquia (Bachelor of Arts). Unlike the walls, responsible only for separating the spaces, the MEDIANERAS walls are those that are shared between neighbors. They believe that public art, in addition to beautifying cities, vindicates the idea of a place shared by all individuals.
Currently lives in Reno, Nevada and creates place-specific murals throughout the world. His work has been published in the book ‘Street Art; The Best Urban Art from Around the World’, ‘Outdoor Gallery’, The Huffington Post, and the NYTimes.
An Italian artist who uses art to create a strong impact on social issues such as war, violence, capitalism, religion and childhood. His work seems animated by a game instinct. The message is simple, everyone has the creative power of a child playing. He uses paste up techniques (paper, glue, photos and paint).
He is inspired by human individuality, unusual phenomena in everyday life and people who create their way outside the known molds. He evokes something strange, different, a pronounced individuality. Mostly uses acrylic paints on canvas in his work, but sprays are not foreign to him either.
He is a graphic designer. He entered the world of graffiti more than 15 years ago. In recent years, it has been mostly based on stencil art. He has participated in various projects as well as the first SAFMO.
He is best known for his photorealistic murals painted with spray cans combined with brushes and influenced by skateboard culture, comics, graffiti, movies, music. He always has some sketches and a photo reference for the photo-realistic part, sometimes he likes to combine photo-realism with the abstract background or with an illustrative 2d style.
A visual and street artist. His work is based on experimenting with different techniques and forms of creative expression. He has been painting graffiti since 1998. so some parts of his work are based in letters and words, mostly expressing positive emotions through words and sentences. Other parts of his work are based on abstraction and different approaches to that subject. For he’s work he prefers the streets, for him the streets are the best way to show artwork and to affect the people who pass by.
One of the founding teams of the Sarajevo and BiH graffiti scene. Since the end of the nineties, STF has been actively building the scene with a large number of graffiti productions, collaborations with other writers from BiH and the region, and later the whole world. Today, after more than 20 years, they are involved in graphic and sound design, music composition, graffiti equipment distribution, and Hip Hop event management.
Works as a freelance stage director in theatre, opera and contemporary performance. He enjoys getting inspired by playing with remnants of society such as ruins, detritus and noise. As part of Glasgow-based performance collective The Doing Group, Peter is constantly experimenting with new modes and formats of contemporary performance that investigate urban cycles, posthumanism and global interconnection.
Enrico Tomassini is a transdisciplinary researcher and curator, with a background in Architecture, Social Design and Cinema. Social Engaged Art Practice is at the core of his work. He has engaged, curated and conceptualized complex collaborative and participatory artistic open-processes, where art springs out of an interdisciplinary approach and theory and practice mingles to give shape to applied artistic research methodologies/formats, narrative-performative storytelling interventions, interactive exhibitions and public art installations, in the form of hybrid and multilayered outputs and outcomes.
Works as a designer and graphic artist in the BrainFart screen printing studio in Mostar. Her designs, among other things, deal with social issues and social problems. She draws inspiration from disordered social relations, as well as from internal and interpersonal conflicts; it acts as a cry of the little man in a society of imposed standards and values of life.
She finds inspiration in people. She loves to hear different perspectives through talking to people and tries to understand life from their point of view, with their past and emotions. As is the case with inspiration, she mostly uses combined techniques, mostly traditional graphics with a modern approach.