Artists

Evoca1

Evoca1

ev·o·ca·tion ˌēvōˈkāSH(ə)n,evōˈkāSH(ə)n/ noun The act of bringing or recalling a feeling, memory, or image to the conscious mind. _ Born in the Dominican Republic (1984), where he spent his childhood drawing and playing baseball, until eventually moving to Hollywood Florida at age 11. As an autodidact figurative painter, muralist and sculptor, he has received his […]

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Kevin Ledo

Kevin Ledo

Kevin Ledo’s artistic practice crosses back and forth through the boundaries of mural, street art, fine art, and art installation. While there has been a consistent exploration in portraiture and the human form, the last few years have opened Ledo up to abstract art, mark making and colour theory, and a quest to integrate these […]

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Smug

Smug

Sam Bates aka SMUG or Smug One is an Australian born artist based in Glasgow, Scotland who is known for his photo-realistic murals. SMUG is working entirely freehand, using aerosol cans alone and achieve incredible photorealistic portraits through spray paint. When Smug came to Lynn, MA, he was determined to paint someone who represents the […]

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BORDALO II

BORDALO II

Artur Bordalo (Lisboa, 1987) is today known as BORDALO II, the artistic name he chose as a tribute to his grandfather, promoting a continuity and reinvention of his artistic legacy. His youth was spent in the company of his grandfather, the painter Real Bordalo and his incessant passion for watercolors, and his adventures around illegal […]

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BKFoxx

BKFoxx

BKFoxx is a public artist from New York (Long Island, technically). She paints photorealistic murals in only spray paint; no brushes, no projectors, no stencils. She usually starts with an idea or a concept, then sets up a scene and photographs it, and from that makes a reference image for the wall. The images are […]

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Fonki

Fonki

FONKI is an artist from Montreal. He was born in France of Cambodian parents, who were refugees of the Khmer Rouge genocide, in the 70s. At 15 years old, FONKi discovered graffiti. He gradually grew into one of the most prominent figures in Montreal’s new generation of graffiti artists. From the walls to the canvas, […]

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Bikismo

Bikismo

Bikismo, also known as “La Joya del Caribe,” is a Puerto Rican street artist who has been painting since 1992. For many years, he was Puerto Rico’s most wanted graffiti artist. The government pursued him for creating art in public spaces. He is now a well-known artist whose work can be found in museums and […]

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Sophy Tuttle

Sophy Tuttle

My work transforms sterile scientific facts into a rich visual landscape that can be easily accessed intellectually and emotionally by a wide range of people. In particular, I am drawn to mural work because of the inherently democratic viewership. To experience a public mural, the viewer does not need money, education, status, or access to […]

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David Zayas

David Zayas

David ZAYAS is a fine artist and muralist. In 2012 he created UN ZAYAS POR DIA project, reaching countries such as Spain, Brazil, Mexico, Paraguay, and the USA. Society is the main theme of his work–Us, human beings. He portrays this theme through images of children, women, and animals.

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