1st Edition – Dictador Art Masters
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The punk-inspired political stencil artist who is very active in Bogota streets with her messages of social justice, anti-corruption, and race and gender equality


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Stinkfish is a Colombian street artist who uses found photographs to create the images on his murals. He adds psychedelic elements to these images in order to create his signature style. Stinkfish was born in Mexico; however, he spent his childhood in Colombia after his parents migrated there. He began wandering around the streets of Bogotá as a child, curious about his surroundings and the variety of people he saw. He never followed a fixed route, and this presented him with the opportunity to meet different people, and discover new locations. Eventually he found himself alongside a group of individuals with similar interests. These companions were equally interested in painting the streets illegally by using...

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A graphic designer and publicist by profession, Toxicómano Callejero (whose name roughly translates as Street Junkie) rose to prominence as the leader of a group of Colombian urban artists who use their art as a means to combat what he calls “double and single standards.” He is a street artist in the purest sense of the expression: the urban landscape will always be his primary canvas.

Although his creations can mainly be found on the streets of Colombia’s biggest cities, Toxicómano’s work has occasionally found its way onto the walls of public buildings like the National Library of Colombia. As a result, his message has spread beyond the streets and...

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Prof. Mariusz Waras (M-City) was born in 1978 in Gdynia, Poland. In 2004, he graduated from the Faculty of Graphic Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk where he worked as a teaching assistant at Professor Jerzy Ostrogórski’s studio (2008-2014). For three years, he ran the Academy’s Graphic Design Workshop, and in 2013 he obtained his PhD from the Department of Painting. Since 2014, he has been working as a teaching assistant at Professor Henryk Cześnik’s Painting Workshop. mCity also runs the Street Art Studio at the Faculty of Painting and New Media at the Academy of Art in Szczecin.

He is a street artist, graphic designer, and illustrator who also...

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D*Face: “What now seems like a lifetime but is merely a decade ago I sat slumped at my desk, head on arm pushing a pencil round a piece of paper dreaming up ways to kill time and break the chains holding me to my desk, Monday to Friday each day became the same and I was eating my brain.” “Then one day whilst dreaming up further ideas in the series of ‘Ways to kill time’ the pencil lines on the pad started to become characters, strange and dysfunctional they formed my dysfunctional world which had no rule. Slowly I figured the pencil could be replaced with a marker pen (the Pentel N50...

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Ben Eine

Ben Eine was born in London in 1970. As a youngster, he worked for Lloyds of London but started painting walls as a vandal, leaving his first tag all over the city. Eine has been arrested for vandalism 14 times and was categorized as an artistic fugitive at a young age, but after two of his fellow graffiti artists were arrested and sent to prison he decided to move away from the world of street art. He wasn’t away for long though, and was soon back painting, dedicating all of his time to his art. Over time, he became a master graffiti artist and in the past few years has established...

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In their words, “MONSTFUR is an indigenous organism of artland, subsisting on the byproducts of modern life and the cultural carrion of generations past.” Drawing their inspiration “from an urban dystopia with which it soon fell into a relationship of co dependant creativity” the collective expresses itself “on the rusted steel sheets and redundant signage” just as naturally as in the rarefied environs of art galleries.

MONSTFUR’s versatility means that their work can not only be found in the street but also at prestigious fairs like Stroke Art Fair in Munich, where their work has been exhibited alongside high profile artists such as Banksy and Mr.Brainwash. MONSTFUR’s works have also...

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