We would like to share our appreciation of our friend and great Artist, Sandro Sen2 Figueroa. Last year, with the help of Wallriors & Iam Madrid, we coordinated the visit of SEN2 to Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Time was of the essence on this project, as Sandro SEN2 (NYC) only had 48 hours to travel from the US to Taiwan and then complete a large scale Mural. He arrived in town late at night, but as per his request, we still went for supper to catch up and talk the about project. At 8:00 am the next morning, Sandro and JUNE were up and eager to start their first day of work. From morning until sun down, they worked non-stop. That night we were all kindly invited for a Welcome Dinner by Governmen

Shepard Fairey X VHILS

Shepard Fairey has teamed up with Portuguese artist Vhils on a brand new mural located in Lisbon, Portugal. Although untitled, the monumental piece may derive creative cues from Obey Giant’s “Universal Personhood” series which made its debut back in 2016. The partnered artwork imbues Fairey’s politically-charged palette of black, white, and red hues alongside Vhils’ intricate relief techniques.

OKUDA 19th Century Castle

An abandoned 19th century castle in the stunning Loire Valley of central France has been given a colourful makeover by Spanish pop artist, Okuda San Miguel. The work, ‘Skull in the Mirror’, is typical of Okuda’s distinctive, surrealist style; two massive, three-story skulls made up of vibrant geometric patterns adorn either side of the Château de la Valette’s front exterior, while the rest of its façade is covered in psychedelic polka dots. The project was part of the recent Label Valette Festival, an annual event celebrating street culture, run by the Urban Art Paris organisation. The team held the festival on the castle’s grounds, and as part of the event, Okuda was asked to bring the buil

Festival Iminente

Festival Iminente will be bringing a taste of Portuguese culture to East London at the end of the month. The event is being curated by Vhils and the Underdogs Gallery which he established in 2013. The festival debuted in Lisbon’s Oeiras district last autumn and this latest iteration carries a particularly contemporary theme with the subtitle Art Before Brexit. The participating artists’ individual contributions address some of the specific issues which dominated the public conversation around Brexit. For example, Mais Menos’ installation is concerned with border controls and the free movement of people. However, the Brexit vote also laid bare the larger, but less directly discussed, existent


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