3rd Edition – Dictador Art Masters
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Lauren YS

“Lauren YS is an American artist, based in Bay Area, California, who does mainly street art. She is a multitalented artist, who has a career in teaching, academics, writing and illustration. She paints murals in bold and rebellious manner, creating imaginary worlds full of maverick characters that fight for their noble cause. She is inspired by dreams, symbolism, and mythology.” https://www.widewalls.ch/artists/lauren-ys/


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Conor Harrington

“was born in 1980 in Cork, Ireland. He attended Limerick School of Art and Design and received in 2002 a Bachelor of Fine Arts. His work draws a fine line between classical and contemporary art, and masterfully creates a world within those boundaries. (...

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Tarek Benaoum

Tarek Benaoum, né le 5 décembre 1978 à Salé, au Maroc, est un artiste français, spécialisé dans le graffiti et la calligraphie. Il s'est fait connaître en apposant un style qui joue sur divers alphabets, une écriture "alien", d'abord dans l'espace public mais aussi dans des restaurants et des hôtels. Son nom d’usage est Tarek Tosello-Benaoum, et son nom de graffeur est CLONE. https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarek_Benaoum

“Benaoum would often incorporate Gothic script into his pieces. Derived from medieval handwriting styles, Gothic script has a clear connection with calligraphy. Today, this style still serves as a continuous, consistent source of inspiration for Benaoum's art.“

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Born in France in 1975, with a French father and English mother, YZ (pronounced: ‘eyes’) is the first Street Artist to be invited to design “Mariane”—the allegorical figure for the French Republic that appears on French stamps; President Emmanuel Macron unveiled the design on July 19, 2017. Well-known for her poetic portraits and one of the most active female artists in France’s Street Art scene, YZ inherited a love of art from her parents—one a ceramicist, the other a sculptor. In 2000, along with other artists, she began to spray paint portraits on the gray walls of the French capital. She quickly felt, however, a need to move beyond painting: she...

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“John Andrew Perello, AKA JonOne is a graffiti artist, borns in 1963 in New York USA. Also known as Jon156, is an American graffiti now living and working in Paris. (...

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“Giovanni Sanchez – Tot Plastic artist and graphic designer, considered as one of the most important graffiti exponents in Colombia. He has become a POP Art reference in his country. Since his beginnings he has been characterized for being an artist that integrates graffiti in his pictoric work in canvas as well as in urban art, lots of color and stories represented by cats and different characters which succeed in captivating the viewer. All of his pieces are a burst of color which frame his cat figures considered his trademark.”

“Throughout his career he has had the opportunity to exhibit in fairs such as the MIA Miami International...

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Sebas Velasco

“Sebas Velasco (Burgos 1988). Lives and works in San Sebastián. Sebas Velasco has drawn since he was a small child, but it was in 2004 when he began painting graffiti on the walls of his home town. Afterwards, he moved to Bilbao where he graduated in Fine Arts, getting in touch with and specializing in painting. (...

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Tomasz Górnicki

“TOMASZ GÓRNICKI – born 01.11.1986. He graduated with honors at the Sculpture Department at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in 2010 in Janusz Antonii Pastwa’s studio. A young artist, whose interests revolve around realism. Physicality is his basic theme, a vehicle carrying to the symbolic world, a trail toward archetypes. His urban activities provoke questions and never leave the audience indifferent. He uses the language of symbols, mainly religious, philosophical and psychological ones.” https://tomaszgornicki.com/about/


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