Eduardo Kobra’s trademark style. This mural by the Brazilian street artist was done recently in honour of America’s Independence Day and is located in LA. Kobra says: ‘My intention is to provoke and delight, with bright colors, showing once again that art and democracy, remain fundamental to art and life as a whole’. Street Artists, Mount Rushmor, The Angel, Mountrushmor, Eduardo Kobra, 60, Eduardokobra, Street Murals, Streetart
Street art by Eduardo Kobra
1. Inspired Artwork by El Mac (background by Kofie) Background by Kofie. Painted at Mid-City Arts for the Pasadena Museum of Contemporary Art’s “Street Cred” exhibition. Los Angeles, 2011 2. Manuel Lee Chang – El Coreana (Seres Queridos) Artwork by El Mac Painted with spraypaint & fatcaps for [...]
Wandering around the lovely city of Paris, street artist Levalet finds the best spots to glue, install and apply his art. He sees the street as his canvas and as a playground to have fun and to let others enjoy his great ideas. By always incorporating what the specific location offers him, all his pieces [...]
The artist who goes by the name of Hush is a prolific street artist who has taken to fine art as well. His work depicts geishas with generally high contrast images that layer up graffiti to create complex patterns. A lot of the work relies on a palette comprised of primary colors.