As promised – after my recent post “My Work: Sophia Loren” where I shared pictures of my last portrait drawing – here are the photos of my work where I’ve used spray paint and stencils.
A couple of years ago, after seeing Banksy’s documentary Exit Through The Gift Shop for the first time, I decided to make my own stencil (and maybe become a great street artist as well 🙂 ). I didn’t know much about stencils – I only knew that I wanted to create a bird for some reason. After painting one, editing the painting in Photoshop and printing a giant template for the stencil, I started to carve out the stencil into linoleum – which was quite difficult and took me a few weeks.
In my second attempt to make a stencil I used a photo of me and my friend and transformed it into a three layer stencil – this time I cut it out easily of some sturdy paper.
Last week I decided to use my two old stencils again and this is the result:
Read more to see my first multi layer stencil from the time I was 14. ↓
Work by Bisser – the talented street artist based in Leuven, Belgium.
Mork information about Bisser is coming up tomorrow!
Enjoy the gallery!
~ By Bisser ~ Photo: globalstreetart
~ By Bisser ~ Belgium – Photo: globalstreetart
Andreas von Chrzanowski aka CASE or Case Maclaim is a German graffiti artist known for his incredibly life-like graffiti based on the representation of body shapes and photo-realistic portraits sprayed on the sides on buildings all across Europe.
He is one of the four members of the “Maclaim Crew”, which was founded in 2000 and is considered as pioneers in photo-realistic representation within the graffiti scene.
Nowadays, CASE lives and works in Frankfurt, Germany.*
~ By Case ~ Sao Paulo – Photo: case_maclaim Facebook
~ By Case ~ Friendensbruecke, Frankfurt, Germany – Photo: case_maclaim Facebook
CASE says that he managed to capture the whole society in this mural.
Read more to see the detailed shot!
Marina Capdevila is a freelance illustrator based in Barcelona. Her work covers from small illustrations to wall paints.
She likes to portray people’s daily routine to give them a very peculiar sense of humor.
~ By Marina Capdevila ~ Falset