Any average joe who’s tried to install and finish a wall can attest to how difficult it is to work with joint compound before going on to wonder how drywall experts make it look so easy. Be prepared to be amazed at Bernie Mitchell’s insane skills when it comes to the white stuff.
Sean Yoro (aka Hula) is famous for getting on his paddleboard and making his way to half-submerged walls to paint larger-than-life portraits of women. This time around, the Hawaiian artist set his eyes on a fleeting canvas to paint A’o ‘Ana, ‘The Warning,’ a hyperrealist painting that carries with it a critical global message.
Indoor murals make a space unique, special, and truly personalized but Keti Sidamonidze couldn’t just settle for the standard painting on a wall. She’s always visualized a glow-in-the-dark mural in her bedroom but knowing her creative limitations, she instead hired Georgian artist Giorgi Makharashvili to bring her vision to life.
Stefaan De Croock adds a three-dimensional aspect and texture to his mural by using the natural grains, holes, and dents that came with the discarded wood he used to create ‘Elsewhere.’ Going by the moniker Strook, the Belgium-based graphic designer quite fittingly mounted the upcycled wooden doors, planks, and furniture on a side wall of an old furniture factory in Mechelen, Belgium.
Sean Yoro, who also goes by the moniker Hula, creates realistic paintings of women on canvas but for his newest series, he couldn’t have picked a better medium to display his latest artwork. Balancing on a paddleboard along with cans of paint and brushes, the NYC-based artist paddled out to stone walls submerged in water to paint beautiful visages of females seemingly enjoying a relaxing dip in the pool.
A German artist who goes by the moniker 1010 (ten-ten) creates hypnotic murals that challenges your brain to re-check itself. His murals consists of multiple concentric shapes gradually changing colors and eventually leading to what looks like a portal to a black hole.