If you’ve seen salami being sliced, you’d immediately relate it with the art of Stefan Thelen or mr.super_a, as he identifies himself on his Instagram page. This freelance artist based in Goes, The Netherlands, who calls himself Super A, relies on traditional painting techniques to create works that ask more than they tell.
By the looks of his 3D street paintings, Pierrot, a French street artist, seems to revel not only in creating a variety of frightening and creepy animals and creatures, but also in painting people, including himself, in macabre settings. His mind-blowing, large-scale 3D illusions are both unsettling and fascinating.
You must’ve seen pixilated art in various forms, but Johan Karlgren, a Swedish conceptual and urban street artist, who also goes by the name of Pappas Pärlor, has stepped it up by turning pixilated art into interactive street art. By doing so, he aims to make his surroundings more fun.
His art consists of nothing but fat colorful blobs and other shaded shapes and forms. But one look at them and you’re totally swept off your feet. Meet Jan Kaláb, a Czech born in 1978, who became a graffiti artist when graffiti was literally unknown in his country. He became a pioneer in this field …
This street artist, graphist and musician, who goes by the name EFIX, has certainly taken upon himself to literally ‘fix’ the ugly cityscape, like broken pipes, cracks in the walls, etc. not merely by tools and implements, but by drawing humorous cartoons and illustrations.
Street artists never fail to surprise with their own unique styles. So, it comes as no surprise that the artist duo Fabian Florin, popularly known as Bane, and Yiannis Hadjipanayis, known as Pest, display a uniqueness that is not found anywhere else.
Ever heard of anamorphic street art? What does anamorphic mean anyway? Well, according to the dictionary, it means producing or marked by intentional distortion of an image. And what about the street art that is anamorphic?
Usually, it’s the incredible architecture of buildings, both present-day and historical, that takes our breath away. But, the scene seems to be shifting, as some street artists and muralists have taken it on themselves to deck up the buildings in delightful murals that are both fun and thought-provoking.
You really have to hand it over to the British artist, who goes by the name of Pref, for evolving the aesthetics of graffiti in the form of typography. He has been into street art for over two decades and has been honing his street art skills as a typographer. What makes his typography stand …
His name is Sfhir and his claim to fame is blending the spontaneity of graffiti with traditional art to churn out some creative refreshing works of art that is making people sit up and take note. Is it any wonder that he enjoys a following of over 13,000 on Instagram itself!