Festival by @nuevearteurbano and @todoesuno in Tallinn, Estonia 🇲🇽 + 🇪🇪 •
Mural represents the deep forest and its trees and plants of Estonia’s culture and the color palette also makes reference to the Estonian flag.
- a mashup Festival between Mexico and Estonia and friends, with 60 street artists from around the world producing murals inspired by the Estonian cultural symbols for Estonia's 100th Birthday. Its a love letter from Mexicans and national and international artists to Estonia!
Here represented by the art of @jonky_13.
Tonight we celebrate the Midsummers Eve, together with @nuevearteurbano and @todoesuno, one of the oldest local celebrations and one of the biggest holidays in the country! Follow our different and fun day through our Stories and at @VisitEstonia Stories as well.
Festival by @nuevearteurbano and @todoesuno right in front of the Port of Tallinn, Estonia •
This mural speaks about environment and water life on its first appreciation, but if you keep looking, you see a deeper meaning: communication and faith. The legend says that Estonia won’t be over; that there’s hope, that people care. Once this common principle is established, the old man protects Estonia from sinking. The art in this wall invites people to speak out for Estonia to be proud that Estonia lives forever.
Detail of the Viking inspired wall by the Estonian artist and b-boy @silverseeblum aka Sboy for
Festival been photographed by legendary @marthacoopergram during her stay in Tallinn, Estonia. Go to her Instagram to see much more about this experience brought by @nuevearteurbano and @todoesuno. Martha, behind the scenes of your picture! See you in NY! :)
Participation of @abrilpegueros from a wall with many artists at