Croatian street art adorns the boring building facades, streets and other publicly viewed surfaces not only in Croatia, but abroad as well.
Some of the best Croatian street artists have recently displayed their stunning art pieces all over Europe, reports Vizkultura on September 26, 2017.
One of Croatia’s most famous (street) artists, Marina Mesar OKO, has recently made illustrations for tram stations in the Spanish city of Zaragoza as part of the Asalto Festival. The illustrations were dedicated and inspired by famous Spanish painter Francisco de Goya who was born in Fuendetodos, a small town near Zaragoza.
Another extremely talented Croatian street artist that goes by the name Lonac, who is known for his extremely photo-realistic and surrealistic art, has made an enormous portrait of his friend and fellow street artist CHEZ 186 titled “Waiting for the Sky to Dry”. The mural was made for the No Limit Borås Festival in Boras, Sweden.
Photos: Brian MacElvaine (Lonac Facebook)
Lonac has also recently made another stunning street art piece titled “Vices” in Leiria, Portugal.
Photo: silkfatblues (Lonac Facebook)
Translated from Vizkultura