From 2013 this is AZ59. Originally used as a one layer stencil in the TEM SEMPRE ENCANTO super patchwork mural I painted in Coimbra (with the super nice people from @wool_urbanartfestival). Later on also used on ceramic for a giclée print.
Know "why is this in weird red and not the usual blues?" and check all the photos of the mural in www.addfuel.com/street/
AZ41 from 2012, was originally created for a big ceramic mural in Ponta Delgada, Azores Islands (an invite from @walktalkazores, with Revigres). This pattern alongside with four other patterns compose a morph effect throughout the mural, creating the feeling of pattern transmutation. This is achieved by having similar pattern link points.
More photos in www.addfuel.com/street/
So, this is that time of the year when you look back. 2014 brought me some great projects and I am grateful for all the great murals, shows, events and projects I had the privilege to be a part of.
Sending big love to all the artists I worked and travelled with this year (@daniel_eime @migueljanuario @goncalomar1 @fredericodraw @smileoneart @mariobelem @pauloarraiano @j_samina @mrdheo @b0rdalo_ii @tamara_aalves @kruelladenfer @akacorleone @heliobray) and to all the people that made super nice things possible and invited me to somehow be a part of their world (@nos_alive @anyforty @wired @nike @ignitedclothing @cropp_clothing @circusnetwork @montlolisboa @djerbahood).
And one big final thanks to @wool_urbanartfestival (@laraseixorodrigues) and @underdogs10 (@vhils and @paulinefoessel) for pushing my limits forward and believing in my art.