Graffiti artist Narcelio Grud creates art using rotten vegetables and fruit for paint .
‘Tropical Hungry‘ features Narcelio Grud gathering produce in the streets and creating art on a wall with the rotting fruit and vegetables.
This type of street art presents an eco-friendly form of graffiti without any of the harmful toxins. The inventive artist uses the food he collected like colorful paints, smearing them on the blank canvas wall to create the image of a mouth. Via PSFK
Every year, the multicultural city of Toulouse houses Latin America’s top graffiti artists, who descend on France for the annual Latino Graf festival.
Art Proof is a new art podcast conceived and hosted by arts journalist Eric Thorp, creative project coordinator Nicholas Stavri and painter Rowan Newton.
Amos Rex, a surrealistic and mainly subterranean art complex, has just opened in Helsinki, with a immersive multimedia headline show by Japanese digital collective teamLab. But that’s not all that is pushing Helsinki on to the international art map
Who are the Lurkers?