Several years ago, artist and yoga teacher Amanda Giacomini visited India's Ajanta Caves, a sacred spot that is the site of 29 rock-cut Buddhist Cave monuments. For Giacomini, who has been creating devotional art for many years in tandem with her spiritual and physical yoga practice, inspiration hit. Shortly after her visit, she began the 10,000 Buddhas Project, setting out to paint 10,000 Buddhas as pieces of public mural art around the globe
Eye Speak, (1980 - )
I'm the vessel, but the message is kept pure by inviting the viewer to interpret. Is it unsettling or beautiful? Tasteful or crass? Reverent or blasphemy? Or, everything at once, all the time?
Adey is a french artist from Normandy. She's a member of the WCA team since 2008, when she discovered the "polychrome double stencil" beside Artiste Ouvrier.
Her artwork is between realism and onirism, either colorfull, either melted into the landscape, always full of vitality and sweetness.
Today, Akore is well known in the street art scene for his colorful, powerful and expressive Afro graffitis. He likes to paint on illegal walls in the city to break the established norms and standards. His unique style is set around post-graffiti. It is has been defined as urban, primitive, tribal, abstract, hip funk, electroafropunk, and has been named ‘Afrocolor’.
A Street Art Collective based in Bogotá, Colombia.
UK-based artisan Omid Asadi traded in his boxing gloves and engineering career to focus on his craft since leaving his native Iran: turning large leaves into beautiful carved sculptures.
Born in Mexico, but raised in Colombia, Stinkfish has been honing his skills on the streets of his hometown of Bogota since an early age. He first experimented with stencils in 2003 and has since perfected his own, unique style. His works, bursting with color, always have a stenciled portrait at their center.