DICTADOR ART MASTERS MAY 2018 – Dictador Art Masters
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#ArtDistilled Location: One of the Most Irreplaceable Places on Earth

Our dream at #ArtDistilled of turning an abandoned rum distillery in northern Colombia into the world’s largest graffiti museum has not only benefited from the talent and support of some remarkable street artists from across the globe, it has also benefited from the unique location of the distillery. Tucked away in the heart of the jungle, in the shadows of two of Colombia’s most ecologically important mountain ranges, there’s a special magic to the site which has inspired many of our visiting artists to create some of their best work. Along with our focus on graffiti, we also want this museum to pay tribute to, and help to protect, the wonderful biodiversity of...

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The Colombian Street Art Scene

Colombian graffiti has become an integral part of the country’s cultural and artistic scene in recent years, with travellers flocking to major cities like Bogota, Cartagena, and Medellin to tour their street art highlights and marvel at the colourful works of the country’s top artists. While there are hundreds - quite possibly thousands - of graffiti artists working in Colombia today, there are certain names that always crop up when discussing Colombian street art. Here’s a sneak peek at some of Colombia’s most important graffiti artists and where you can discover their work… Guache With his arresting combination of ancestral and indigenous imagery with bright colours and large-scale murals, Guache has become not only one...

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