Artist Clet Abraham has been sneaking around cities across Europe in the middle of the night and strategically placing stickers on street signs to alter their meanings. And while passers-by may crack a smile when they see the humorous signage, Abraham hopes people will think twice next time they are asked to follow an instruction.
Davi De Melo Santos began his story with graffiti in 1998 in Belo Horizonte (Brazil), his hometown.
In recent years he has carried out works for major brands such as Adidas, Greenpeace, WWF, Fiat, Red Bull, within large enterprises. He has worked as an illustrator and designer for magazines, creating CD covers, book illustrations and prints for haute couture collections.
International street artist collective Dudug transformed the abandoned cruise liner -known as the Duke of Lancaster- on the beaches of Llanerch-y-Mor in North Wales into an open air art gallery. The art project referred to as The Black Duke with contributions from artists including KIWIE, Cream Soda Crew, Laura Zombie, Bungle and Goin, Fat Heat and Mr Zero among others.
Based in Lahinch, on the Atlantic Coast, Eoin mainly paints ocean inspired scenes. ‘I try to capture some of the energy experienced while in and around the water.’ Over the past year Eoin has been working towards merging the 3 areas in which he draws inspiration – surfing, street art and fine art. ‘My goal is to create something that can bridge the gaps between genres and stand alone as my own style.’
Isaac Cordal creates tiny cement figures (10 in. approx.) and places them in odd circumstances around the urban environment.
The figurines represent a kind of metamorphosis through which an urban human leaves his role of citizen and begins merging with the city and slowly becomes part of urban furniture.