You may have already seen it on our Instagram page, but we had to show you these images and videos of SEAT’s involvement with street art which took place last September. After taking Zack Oreo and Tim Marsh to the Lollapalooza music festival held in Paris, the car brand also transported its colorful brushstrokes to Germany with several German artists.
Anna T-Iron and Hera from Herakut accompanied Kef and, once again, Tim Marsh to Lollapalooza Berlin. But that’s not all, the Reeperbahn festival held in Hamburg also received its dose of street art sponsored by Seat. Bond Truluv and Lily Brik were in charge of impressing the public with their incredible styles, and in the case of these two artists it’s worth noting their extreme artistic evolution.
On the one hand, Lily opted for a risky representation of two superimposed images that differed from her usual naturalism, and on the other, Bond experimented with an augmented reality artwork that could be set into motion by filtering it through mobile phones. All the works were painted with MTN 94 Fluor so that black light gave the interventions a new and very striking appearance at night time.
All the images were taken by Stephan Redel.