The Graffiti Project has brought together four of the world’s leading graffiti artists from Brazil, Os Gemeos, Nina Pandolfo and Nunca to work alongside Scottish talent, to create a unique burst of colour, embracing the walls and turrets of the south side of Kelburn Castle in Scotland.
The project involves the artists and organizers living together in the Castle for approximately one month, documented by various forms of media. The artists will have time to share and explore new ideas culminating in a one-off, giant piece of collaborative art.
Above is a video timelapse of the first weeks work.
More info on the project here.
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