Fanzara, Spain: new mural by Axel Void for MiAU Festival.
“This piece shows a family celebrating after a day of hunting. The adults are passing the torch of tradition. The child is coming of age. The animals have turned into a trophies. They have changed their clothes and drink while the worker loads the animals onto the truck. .
This work is in Fanzara Spain and was part of an initiative by the locals to reunite the towns people, after an internal dispute on the development of a landfill fractured the community. The Art was a way to bridge the gap. .
This piece explores human relationships making a connection between traditional practice and the nature of cohabitation itself.”
Airola, Italy: new mural by Uruguayan duo Colectivo Lúcido for a project curated by In Wall We Trust.
Dádpuszta, Hungary: new mural by Peruvian-Canadian artist Chris Dyer for O.Z.O.R.A. Festival.