For Dabs and Myla, life is never dull. On any given day, you might find them traveling to some far-flung corner of the world to paint a mural, creating artwork for a film set, or building an installation that transfigures a gallery’s conventional white walls into an three-dimensional wonderland. Most often, you will find them in their studio, heads bowed over a pair of paintings that they pass back and forth to each other across their shared work table, in a perpetual collaborative exchange punctuated by playful banter, music selections and tasty treats. But the one constant that you can always rely on is that you will find them side by side. Since they moved to Los Angeles from Australia in 2009, Myla and Dabs have never been apart for more than a few hour. (more…)
PowerLine Asunción, our sales point in Paraguay, brings some interesting news from the area.
A spectacular intervention adorns the Hispania I building in the Jesuitas Plaza shopping center in Ciudad del Este. It’s a project that’s been carried out by a team made up of Oz Montania, Rolo Ocampos (Paraguay), and Luciano Gatti (Argentina). It covers a 250 square meter surface that extends over 11 stories, and took 200 spray cans to paint.
Location: Belgrade (New Belgrade), Serbia
Active since: 1998.
Favorite surface: Walls in 45th block in New Belgrade.
Personal motivation: Seeing my name everywhere. Simple as that. (more…)
Kenor’s latest project has brought him all the way to the city of Kiev. A 16 story, 51 meter high mural in the Sviatoshyn Raion neighbourhood to be exact.
The Barcelona artist has lived amongst the continuous violent protests against the pro-Russian system in the Ucranian capital. Kenor himself gives us an anecdote that occurred during the time of his artistic contribution in the conflictive city: