Bojan Zlatkov

Bojan Zlatkov

Bojan is an author for Widewalls. He is currently an undergraduate student at the University of Belgrade, majoring in English studies. He is particularly interested in English linguistics and culture. Bojan is also interested in Photography and Digital Art.
Richard Hambleton

The context and the roots of street art are much clearer when the work of Richard Hambleton comes in sight despite the fact the artist himself categorized his production as public art. The way he articulated his personal urban experience was always a direct...

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Mr. Prvrt portrait - Photo by drewinchicago Mr. Prvrt

Mr. Prvrt is an American street artist, best known for his stencils and murals where he manages to fuse together the diverse wildlife and the urban environment. Born in Albany, Upstate New York, Mr. Prvrt was raised on a family farm, surrounded by animals and...

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New2 - Ephameron - Copyright New2 New2

New2 is an Australian artist known as one of the first graffiti writers to emerge from the Australian train writing scene in the early 80s. He is also one of the artists who founded the DMA crew (short for Da Mad Artists), a group that shortly became very...

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Danea Mattes portrait - Photo by John Held, Jr. Danae Mattes

Danae Mattes, born in 1958 in Rochester, is an American abstract painter, whose works emphasize the the figurative relationships between the earth and the body. Her pieces are a part of several public collections, including the Schlossmuseum Landeck, Landeck,...

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James Kennedy - Ostinato (Detail), 2014 - Courtesy of the artist James Kennedy

James Kennedy is an Irish painter, best known his distinctive abstract landscapes which explore the connection between space and tonality. Born in County Down, Northern Ireland, Kennedy was educated throughout the UK, receiving two BA degrees – one from...

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Semor in USA The Semor

Semor is a French graffiti artist and muralist whose compositions include a surreal mixture of exaggerated figures and objects. In his works, Semor uses elements such as dilapidated building, construction sites, or shanties, creating around them magical...

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Jim Houser artist portrait Jim Houser

Best known for his works in installations, painting, sculpture and collage, Jim Houser is an American self-taught artist and one of the original members of a group Space1026. Houser was born in Philadelphia in 1973. His art explores words and the semantics of...

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Stikman working on a stencil at his studio - photo credit Jaime Rojo stikman

stikman, sometimes referred to as Stickman or Bob, is an anonymous American graffiti artist, the mastermind behind stikman – a robot-like figure which looks as if it is made of sticks. Not much is known about this mysterious author, except that his...

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Wangechi Mutu portrait, 2012 - Photo by Kathryn Parker Almanas Wangechi Mutu

Wangechi Mutu is a multimedia Kenyan artist, one of the most praised and significant diasporic African artists on the contemporary scene. In the mixed media of animated movies, installations, painting, and collage she is incorporating African imagery and...

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Isaac Pierro portrait Isaac Pierro

Isaac Pierro is an American contemporary painter and tattoo artist known for his vibrant and imagination taunting images. Traces of pop art and culture, cartoons, and video games, as well as tattoo art, can be found in his work. Pierro captures the fears,...

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Sobekcis - Portrait of the artists Sobekcis

Sobekcis is a Serbian artistic duo consisted of two twin brothers primarily known for cartoon-like graffiti with explosive colors who later on started making paintings and doing graphic design. Their earlier works are a combination of figurative and abstract...

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James Marshall Dalek - Photo by Sean Deckert Dalek

James Marshall, aka Dalek, is an American painter, best known for his Space Monkey, a “grinning and malevolent” version of a human being. Apart from painting, Dalek is also known for Photography, Murals, and Illustrations. Marshall was born on May 22,...

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Dolk - Lofoten, 2009 - Copyright Dolk Dolk

Dolk Lundgren is the most famous Norwegian stencil and graffiti artist, whose artwork is motivated by pop culture. He is better known as just Dolk, his pseudonym, which means dagger or knife when translated into English. The talent and respect this man has,...

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Janine Antoni - Portrait - Photo via alchetron Janine Antoni

Janine Antoni is a Bahamian contemporary artist who works with different materials, such as soap, lard, and chocolate. She uses her body as a tool to create art. She is using her tongue, eyelashes, and hair as replacements for pencils, chisels, and brushes in...

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Graham Sutherland Graham Sutherland

One of the leading British artists of the 20th century, Graham Sutherland was widely known for his prints and paintings. Despite some other names coming to mind before him when talking about the art history, such as David Hockney, Francis Bacon, or Lucian...

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Paul Strand - Artist's portrait - Image via momaorg Paul Strand

Defining the way fine art and documentary photography is comprehended and practiced today, Paul Strand was one of the most prominent and most influential photographers of the 20th century whose works went far beyond any expectations reaching a higher truth of...

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Donald Sultan

Great artists always seemingly strive towards perfection, while at the same time hoping they’ll never reach it. Donald Sultan is no different. But, to be perfectly honest, there is no such thing as perfection in the world of art. If it were, that would mean...

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Lalla Essaydi - Artist portrait, photo via artsalesmfaedu Lalla Essaydi

Connecting contemporary Arab woman with the Orientalist imagery of nineteenth century Romanticism, Lalla Essaydi’s photography is created from the unique perspective of the personal experience. Her representations of the female body, combined with the...

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