Last gallery full of photos from beautiful Krakow, Poland.
Recent mural titled “Education System” by Polish artist Sepe in Warsaw, Poland created for Street Art Doping Fest.
Sepe incorporates grotesque and circus iconography in his work while addressing actual events. This mural is according to StreetArtNews a bitter commentary on crisis of general values. Highly visible not only in Polish, but also worldwide media, this occurrence creates a state of global tension and feeling of threat.
Using the metaphor of a puppet theater, Sepe draws attention to the “rhetoric of war” present in the world of politics, media, and social life. This situation results in “forced solutions over dialogue and debate, fist as the final argument in any discussion, rifle instead of outstretched hand and walls instead of bridges.”
Two murals located near the Forum Hotel in Krakow, Poland. The one of the left (featuring geometric lines) is by artist NAWER and the other one (depicting a girl with her dog) is by Augustine Kofie.
Political street art by Prizmu in Krakow, Poland.
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Have a peaceful day!
Powerful mural titled “Ding Dong Dumb” by Bologna-based artist BLU.
The mural is located at the corner of Józefińska and Piwna streets in Krakow, Poland.
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Have a creative day!
Older mural by Spanish artist Borondo in Lodz, Poland.