gle” by Dzia
Dzia is a Belgian artist and something of an enigma in Antwerp area. An artist in every sense, creations of Dzia ranging from paintings, through sculpture taxidermy and street art.
In his hometown of Antwerp popping his animal paintings above the city walls, and breathes life into abandoned urban areas, as well as appearing in other cities across Europe.
From a young age art has always been a great interest Dzia. His uncle was an artist and his whole family has always been very creative. This passion he carried through his younger years before he finally studerete a master’s degree in art at the Royal Academy in Antwerp.
After he graduated, he wanted to place his artwork on the walls. He focused on creating a unique graphic style, with abstract and geometric lines to implement in animal shapes.
New ideas come very easily to him, so his work is very spontaneous. He paints quickly and in situ to ensure that the original idea remains true to its form.
“Insomnia” by Millo, Italy
Millo is an Italian artist whose real name Francesco Camillo Giorgino. He characterized by large murals that have friendly residents who explore their urban surroundings. He uses simple black and white lines with touches of bright color when necessary, and often contain elements of architecture in its multi-story windows.
His work has been exhibited in London, Rio de Janeiro, Chicago, Milan, Rome, Florence and more.
In 2014 he won b.Arte competition which enabled him to paint 13 multi-storey windows in the city of Turin (IT).
“Malstrøm” by David de la Mano
David de la Mano is a Spanish artist who paints large murals and street art with silhouettes, trees and other monochromatic images. Many of his pieces are collaboration with fellow artist Pablo S. Herrero. David work can be found throughout Norway, Peru, Uruguay, Argentina, Florida, Brazil, Taiwan, Paris, Spain and the UK.