This was the first painting I did while in Erriadh (for the @djerbahood project). This building was the first mosk in the village, so the intervention here was very subtle. 4 pattern-filled (rosette like) elements atop the door and windows creating a smooth composition in the building. Full wall on www.facebook.com/addfuel
Work in progress from last month in Erriadh, Tunisia for @djerbahood. Photo by @laraseixorodrigues
One of the walls I did in in Erriadh, Tunisia for @djerbahood (a project by @itinerrancegallery). Thanks to @laraseixorodrigues (@wool_urbanartfestival). This week I'll show you more paintings I did in this beautiful village as well as some work in progress photos!
(Photo 2 of 2) The last painting I did in Erriadh (for the @djerbahood) was this arch. Being painted on both sides, it blends in with the environment and looks like something that has always been there.
(Photo 1 of 2) The last painting I did in Erriadh (for the @djerbahood) was this arch. Being painted on both sides, it blends in with the environment and looks like something that has always been there.
The wall I painted in Ovar (with my man @j_samina) is located right in front of the beautiful mother church of Ovar. The main pattern I used on this wall is a direct re-interpretation, and somehow a small homage to the magnificent ceramic present in the church's facade.
on Brick Lane London.
26 artists from around the world have contributed with artwork. A3 prints be on sale at the gallery, with a one week print to demand sale period for those who can't make it to London from July 28th at www.anyforty.com. All profits from the sales of poster prints plus a selection of 5 t-shirts (this print will also be available as a t-shirt) and sticker packs will all be donated to the UK charity CALM. "Campaign Against Living Miserably" raising awareness of depression and young male suicide.