Sky art: focusing on the negative

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By Annie Churdar in New Art on Saturday 20 April 2013

My art professors have always told me to “activate negative space”. And I thought I knew what that meant. But then I stumbled across Thomas Lamadieu‘s fantastic Sky Art illustrations. These imaginative scribbles make the most of being inclosed by buildings. Instead of focusing on the buildings themselves, Lamadieu animates the spaces in between. Take that for […]

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Awesome work by Spanish street artist Escif

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By Eric Sarmiento in New Art on Tuesday 13 September 2011

I’ve had the good fortune to spend a fair amount of time in the fantastic city of Valencia, Spain, over the past few years and have greatly admired the vibrant street art that adorns much of the city’s casco antiguo.

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Ricardo Cavolo

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By Raoni Marqs in New Art on Tuesday 6 September 2011

There’s something hot about Ricardo Cavolo’s art and it’s not the fact that he puts fire on everything (even on water). The works of this Spanish artist mixes religious art with a extremely unique style.

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Lorenzo Duran makes beautiful art on leaves

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By Catalina Viejo in New Art on Tuesday 16 August 2011

Spanish artist Lorenzo Duran makes beautiful art on leaves. I have seen a lot of stencils and cut-out art on paper, but Duran’s works on leaves are on a whole different level.

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Daniele Del Nero

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Wednesday 1 December 2010

When I was a kid, I loved drawing haunted houses. I made little miniature ones out of construction paper and cardboard. I never thought to cover them in dough and allowing them to grow mold as Spanish artist Daniele Del Nero has. So gloriously creepy and gross.

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